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GP 10 Service Pack 5 - No update Name comes up and no .msp file for UNC path

GP 10 Service Pack 5 - No update Name comes up and no .msp file for UNC path

GP 10 Service Pack 5 - No update Name comes up and no .msp file for UNC path

(OP)
This is the 1st time I have applied a patch to GP so please forgive me.

I have applied SP5 to the server from my workstation and everything is fine. But when I try to apply the service pack to another workstation I am not getting a drop down for the update name. Also, the instructions say the file should be MicrosoftDynamicsGP-KB975705-v10-enu-.msp but the only file I have is the service pack .exe file

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,
Smatthews

RE: GP 10 Service Pack 5 - No update Name comes up and no .msp file for UNC path

(OP)
Never mind. I figured it out. Dynamics is using the .exe which has the .msp file now instead of just the .msp

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