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Is there a Difference between a "RTM" and a "GDR" server release?

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We have a Geogrpahix program that works on one server, but doesn't work on another server.  Both Servers are Clean installed and setup the same way.  The only difference I can tell right now is that:

Server1 is installed with a 7600.win7_gdr.100618-1621 BuildLab

Server2 is installed with a 7600.win7_tmr.090713-1255 BuildLab

Would this make any kind of difference? Like I said we just clean installed with 2 different media and trying to find out if the gdr would be different from the tmr and make it so a program wont work.
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So are you saying once you completely update the RTM it is just like GDR? But until updates and patches its not the same?
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Correct, the RTM will be more outdated than the GDR install until service packs and updates are installed.

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Is there something from Microsoft that validates this?
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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