TFS 2010 SP1 Cumulative Update 1 available (again)


Brian posted about the cumulative update for TFS (the TFS SKU, not the client/VS) back in June.  After it was released we learned of a couple of bugs in it, including one where upgrades would not work in certain cases.  Last Thursday, we re-released it with all of the known bugs fixed.  We understand where we went wrong, and we apologize for the inconvenience.

You should apply this update to the server, build machine, proxy, and SharePoint extensions – all of the things that the TFS SKU installs.  SP1 is a pre-requisite (i.e., this patch does not include SP1).

Download: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26211

Comments (4)

  1. Joe says:

    Hey, where did the article about beyond compare disappeared?

  2. buckh says:

    Joe, the first commenter pointed out that bcomp.exe is the right thing to use.  In fact we had listed that at blogs.msdn.com/…/diff-merge-configuration-in-team-foundation-common-command-and-argument-values.aspx.  I felt the post was therefore noise and took it down.

    Buck

  3. Automation Planet says:

    Thanks, I just have a question, according to your post I should install it on the SharePoint extensions, I have a separate machine for SharePoint and installed on it SharePoint extensions, so my question is:

    Did I need to install TFS SP1 on the SharePoint machine and this update?? I just want to make sure.

    Thanks in advance :-)

  4. buckh says:

    Radwan, yes you would need to install TFS SP1 on the machine that has TFS SharePoint extensions.

    I'm sorry for the very-delayed reply.  I was going through my mail and saw that I failed to respond to your question.

    Buck