July 2012 Office Public Update Release


The July 2012 Public Update release for Office is now live and the updates are available for download. This release contains 2 security bulletins and 4 non-security updates.

For an overview of this month’s security releases, please read: the Security Bulletin Summary for July 2012

Security Updates

 Microsoft Security Bulletin MS12-046

  • Security Update for Office 2003 (KB2598361)
  • Security Update for Microsoft Office 2007 (KB2596744)
  • Security Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB2598243) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Security Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB2553447) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition

 Microsoft Security Bulletin MS12-050

  • Security Update for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (KB2596942) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Security Update for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (KB2596663) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Security Update for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (KB2596911) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Security Update for Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 (KB2596786
  • Security Update for Microsoft Office 2007 suites (KB2596666
  • Security Update for Microsoft InfoPath 2010 (KB2553431) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Security Update for Microsoft InfoPath 2010 (KB2553322) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Security Update for 2010 Microsoft Business Productivity Servers (KB2553194)
  • Security Update for Microsoft Groove Server 2010 (KB2589325)
  • Security Update for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 (KB2553424)
  • Security Update for Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 (KB2553365)
  • Security Update for Microsoft Web Applications (KB2598239)

Non-Security Updates

  

  • Update for Microsoft Office 2010 (KB2598241) 32-Bit Edition and 64-Bit Edition
  • Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (KB2596598)
  • Outlook Junk Email Filters for Office 2007 (KB2687310)
  • Outlook Junk Email Filters for Office 2010 (KB982726)

 

Comments (1)

  1. jeremy says:

    In my testing of these patches (have installed on two seperate test farms) I have noticed that KB2596663, KB2596942, and KB2596911 all run PSCONFIG during the install.  

    So far I have not noticed any issues caused by this, however is this suppose to happen, or is there a way to prevent PSCONFIG from running automatically?  

    Will this cause any issues in a multi-server farm if psconfig runs and completes on a server before the binaries are installed on other servers in the farm?

    In all the updates I have applied previously this has never happened, and I have always run PSCONFIG on the servers in the farm after the binary updates have been completed as per technet article

    technet.microsoft.com/…/cc263467(office.12).aspx

     

    @Jeremy

     

    Yes, there was an issue with these updates running PSConfig without user interaction.  In the latest update MS12-066 this issue has fixed.  PSConfig will no longer run in the background without user interaction.