If I had a cent for every time I found something I thought was worth sharing about Microsoft Dynamics CRM and related development… I wouldn’t be very a very rich man, but I’d certainly have quite a few blog posts.

Writing code has paid the bills since 2002 and I’ve been developing primarily in Microsoft Dynamics CRM since 2007. xrMPalmer is my place to share the things I find, the tools I create and the tricks I uncover in my daily working life. I hope something you find here helps you out one day.


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    • Unfortunately not Matthew. In my case, it was happening for all organisations on a specific server. I think that installing a subsequent rollup resolved the issue but I’m not certain of the details of which rollup sorted it out and why.

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