So the NISEI article on the CR 1.3 update says (in the listed examples):
“The Runner uses Sneakdoor Beta while Crisium Grid is rezzed in the root of HQ. The run becomes successful, so Sneakdoor Beta has the game treat it as a successful run on HQ. Since the run is declared successful while the attacked server isn’t HQ, Crisium Grid can’t affect it. The Runner will access cards from HQ, and can also then play Emergency Shutdown.”
Then in CR 1.4, Sneakdoor was errata’d to say: “click: Run Archives. If that run would be declared successful, instead change the attacked server to HQ. Then, the run is declared successful.”
This changes the example because it is no longer the case that “the run is declared successful while the attacked server isn’t HQ”.
So according to that last change, the server being attacked (run) is HQ at the moment when the run is declared successful. Since Crisium is installed on HQ and “Runs against this server cannot be declared successful” (Crisium 1.3 errata), Sneakdoor would access cards from HQ but there would not have been a successful run on HQ, so that Emergency Shutdown cannot be played, contradicting the ruling under 1.3? Is this intentional?