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Importing solutions in MS CRM Dynamics 2011 twice?

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We would like to ask if is it safe to import the same solutions in MS CRM Dynamics 2011 twice? During the upload of the solutions to the new crm, the internet connection went out. Now, upon checking on the solutions, it was imported (partially, i guess) but publishing them causes an error. It is ok to re import the same solutions again?

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Chinmay Patel earned 250 total points
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Yes. As long as you have not made any changes to existing solution.
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Yes, you can definitely import the same solution again.
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very helpful. thanks!
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thank you all.
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