SharePoint 2010 and December CU

The next cumulative update is available. KB articles are having sometimes a bit delay but the link should work when these are available. MSF2010: 2459125 The full server package for Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;2459125 Download link: http://support.microsoft.com/hotfix/KBHotfix.aspx?kbnum=2459125&kbln=en-us SPS2010: 2459257 The full server package for SharePoint Server 2010 and contains also the MSF2010 fixes so…

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WSS and MOSS December 2010 CU is available

Windows SharePoint Services V3 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 are now be able to get updated to the latest available bits with December CU. Side Notes: The sizes of the packages are smaller than in the past (June 2010 CU and earlier). This is because you need to have SP2 installed so that not…

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Navigation problem when Dutch publishing sites are migrated to SPS2010

Symptoms On Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007: You have installed the Dutch language pack. You created a publishing portal with SubSites and additional pages. You want to migrate the content database to the new SharePoint Server 2010 and attached the database to a new Web Application. When you navigate to the homepage of the given…

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December CU status

Updated 15/Dec/2010 17.15 GMT All of us expected the December CU packages this week but unfortunately or better to say fortunately the product group found a regression and cannot provide the packages today. WSS V3 Package delayed MOSS 2007 Package has been removed from the download MSF2010 Package delayed SPS2010 Package delayed My next update…

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SharePoint 2010 Silverlight controls and RTL and create new site dialog

RTL means right-to-left written languages and when you read this you will read LTR; left-to-right. SharePoint 2010 shipped a couple of Silverlight controls made with the version 3 and that is not aware of RTL so you might need to know where this could be a problem. One example here with the Create new Site…

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Best practices and what I should install now?

I got a question from a Premier Field Engineer asking me what is now the best way to patch SharePoint 2010? In this blog we read that you only need to install one package for SharePoint Server 2010 but on the TechNet site we read a different story. Example: In http://blogs.msdn.com/b/joerg_sinemus/archive/2010/10/27/sharepoint-2010-and-october-cu.aspx we read: SPS2010: 2394320…

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