A few quick call outs.

1. CRM outlook plugin works better with the 2013 version. There was recently a windows update consistent with the new naming scheme where I can now support the 2015 plugin – I’m simply pointing out that either version works, so no need to plan on a CRM Outlook plugin mad scramble on the monday following your upgrade…
2. Expect it to take about 1 hour when upgrading the database pieces in the CRM wizard.
3. Make sure your network cards are giving you solid thru put or pages will load slower instead of faster…

You can simply download the bits and kick off the install. It is very straight forward. Make sure users are logged off and you’ve given yourself some time to troubleshoot if necessary.

Our environment is an onprem ADFS authenticated system.

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