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Monday, June 29, 2009

MOSS SP2 VS Cumulative Updates for April 2009

After the Project server owner tested on MOSS SP2 and find out a lot bug is not fix by SP2 then only will fix by the April CU.

So i will start study on what is April CU?? After search on internet then get some information from Office Sustained Engineering blog .

"If you do not use Cumulative Updates, this blog will probably not be interesting to you. If you are only using SP2, please refer to the following blog post for more details."

Some FAQ is listed at the blog, so i will share some interesting FAQ to all about the CU.

4. What should we install to get the latest updates for all Office products?
For our general customer base, we recommend installing SP2. If you have needed updates in the April CU, we recommend installing both SP2 and the April CU.
--> yeah , i need it for my Project server

9. Will server-packages be released for Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) in the April CU? How different will they be from SP2?
Yes, the Microsoft Office Sustained Engineering team began the trend of releasing consolidated packages for server products due to a high volume of customer requests for this type of package. This was first done in the December CU.

In the April CU too, there are 2 cumulative server-packages:
(1) WSS server-package - that contains updates for WSS
(2) MOSS server-package - that contains updates for ECM, Project Server, Search, Excel Services, InfoPath Server and MOSS

The server-packages include all hotfixes for server products that the Microsoft Office Sustained Engineering team has ever released. However, there are files updated in the service pack that have never been updated in a hotfix. In order to get all the latest updates, you need to install SP2 and the April CU server-packages.


ok, another Blog related with April CU --> Here

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