April 2016 CU for SharePoint Server 2016!

This is the first CU for the new SharePoint 2016 Server! see here the KB 2920721 – SharePoint Server 2016 April 2016 CU After installing the CU, we still need to run the SharePoint 2016 Products Configuration Wizard. If you want to use the commandline with psconfig.exe please read first “Why I prefer PSCONFIGUI.EXE over…

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April CU 2016 for SharePoint 2013 released

This Month CU has been released with a full server packages, a.k.a. “Uber Packages” This CU contains all previous CU’s (and security fixes) since last published Service Pack but does not contain the Service Pack itself! NOTE! All Updates for SharePoint 2013 requires SharePoint Server 2013 SP1 first as mandatory baseline for all following CU’s!…

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April 2016 CU for SharePoint 2010 released

Note!  Since July 2014, the release cycle is now every month!  Any CU’s published later than June 2013 are Post SP2 updates! To install this hotfix package, you must have Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) installed and if installed Language Packs exists, all its respective Service Packs up to latest too! Technical…

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SharePoint 2016 Build Numbers

Beginning in May 2015, the “What’s new in SharePoint 2016” post was published as a first peek view into the next evolution of SharePoint.With the “November announcement of SharePoint Beta 2” and now in January 2016 the availability of the “SharePoint 2016 release Candidate”,I don’t want to miss the tradition in publishing a new “SharePoint…

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SharePoint 2013 Build Numbers and CU’s

I’m presenting a summarized “Build Numbers Cube Sheet” as I did so before, so please find the most recent info about SharePoint Updates here: Jump List: Current table with all Build Numbers! Office Web Apps Server Updates Project Server Updates SharePoint 2013 Language Packs Workflow Manager Versions In reference to other/older SharePoint Versions, please find…

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SharePoint 2010 Build Numbers (Cube Sheet)

SharePoint 2010 Build Numbers Cube Sheet As many times used in our daily business, we’re used to ask for “Build number” rather than “Service Pack or Patch level”. Because of some confusion of the customers and for transparency I’ll provide here a list of the most relevant Build numbers and its related KB Numbers. Quick…

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