….delayed again due to really high worklaod so sorry for that…
Here is the August 2013 CU release of the Bi-monthly update cycle. Please fin all info’s below as usual.
New baseline and mandatory for any CU’s published later than June 2013 are the released Service packs.
You have now two options:
Option 1: => Install first the Service pack 1 for SharePoint 2010 + June 2011 CU if not yet done!
Consider the dependencies with already installed Language Packs and maybe having Office Web APPs as well!
See also related information here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/steve_chen/archive/2011/06/07/3433939.aspx
Option 2: => Install Service Pack 2 for SharePoint (most recommended!)
See also here for more information:http://blogs.technet.com/b/steve_chen/archive/2013/07/24/3586568.aspx
Build: 14.0.7106.5000 (Srv) // 14.0.7106.5002 (Foundation)
- MSF2010: KB 2825990 Please check the Republished KB for Foundation here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2825990
- SPS2010: KB 2817570 KB 2825949 – The republished server package for SharePoint Server 2010 (contains also the MSF2010 fixes)
Important notes about the cumulative update package:
- Microsoft Office 2010 hotfixes are now multilingual. This cumulative update package contains updates for all languages.
- This cumulative update package includes all the server component packages. Additionally, this cumulative update package updates only those components that are installed on the system.
For Office Web Apps:
Please see here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ee748587.aspx
Further instructions and information:
After installing the packages, you may be prompted for a reboot of your Server! Please don’t forget to run the PSConfig Wizard anyway, even after reboot just to ensure that all updates has been applied completely and successful!
As usual, you can use the command line on each server in Farm: psconfig cmd upgrade inplace b2b -wait
Note An error may occur when you install the original August 13, 2013 release of this cumulative update package on a computer that has Office 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) installed.
(see also KB 2825949 – Build 14.0.7106.5002 ) – This is addressed and you may install the fixed bits if you have this issue.
Related: September 2013 PU – KB 2884129
Other related Links:
· SharePoint Server and Foundation 2010 Build numbers and updates since RTM
· Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSSv3)
· SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and WSSv2
· All about updating MOSS and Language Packs
· The Mystery Behind SharePoint 2010 Patching by Jie Li
Related Update and resource Centers:
· Update Center for Microsoft Office, Office Servers, and Related Products
· Updates for SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010
· Updates for SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
· Updates for Project Server 2010
· Updates for Enterprise Search Products
· Office 2010 Service Pack 1 – 5 Common questions regarding the Service Pack
· SharePoint 2010 SP1 and the June Cumulative Update for SharePoint 2010
· SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 for SharePoint and Office
The recently published June 2013 CU for SharePoint and Foundation is considered as a “Post-SP2 CU” and is NOT INCLUDED into the SP2!
if you have already installed the June 2013 CU on your SharePoint servers, SP2 should be installed too to stay aligned with the patch level chain. If you have NOT installed June 2013 CU yet, you can install SP2 also and then applying the CU after.
with the SharePoint 2010 June 2013 CU (KB2817527), and now the August 2013 CU (KB2817570), the server package includes a CAB file (ubersrv_1.CAB) in addition to the executable. Curious about the logic behind this change …
Its because we are reaching a physical file size limit of 2GB. So it had to be split.
Is this a “Post-SP2 hotfix”? – What’s the relationship between SP2 and August 2013 CU?
June and August CU are both Post SP1/SP2 CUs. You can install August CU in SP1 or SP2. But we highly recommend to stay inline with the chronological patch history to stay consistent.