When looking in the last couple of days at the KB article for SP1 for SharePoint Foundation 2013 you might have seen the following comment:
A known issue in SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 can affect the functionality of the Search WebPart. We encourage you to limit production installations of SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 until a fix is available. SharePoint Server 2013 is not affected by this issue.
Today we have released March 2014 Public Update (PU) for SharePoint Foundation 2013 which fixes this problem.
Be aware that this fix is only necessary for SharePoint Foundation 2013 installations. SharePoint Server 2013 is not affected by the problem.
The KB articles for March 2014 PU for SharePoint Foundation 2013 is available at the following location:
- KB 2760625 – March 2014 PU for SharePoint Foundation 2013
The installer package for March 2014 PU for SharePoint Foundation 2013 is available through the following links:
KB article 2817439 for SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 will be updated shortly to include this information.
Steps to install SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 and this fix:
You can install this fix either before or after installing SP1. No specific sequence required.
PSConfig only has to be run once at the very end after after installing the fixes and SP1.
- How to: install update packages on a SharePoint 2013 farm where search component and high availability search topologies are enabled
- Update Center for Microsoft Office, Office Servers, and Related Products
- Common Question: What is the difference between a PU, a CU and a COD?