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How to tell which Cumulative Update, Hotfix or Service Pack version of Project Server 2010 and Project 2010 you are running

How to tell which Cumulative Update, Hotfix or Service Pack version of Project Server 2010 and Project 2010 you are running

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I’ll get this information into a KB article too, and I’ll also try and keep this posting up to date as we release each cumulative update or service pack for Project Server 2010 and Project 2010.  If you are not reading this at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brismith then you may be reading out of date information!

The version can be different depending where you look, so I will tabulate the version you will see in Control Panel, Programs and Features (binary version) or on the individual binaries – which is also listed in Central Administration under Upgrade and Migration, Check Product and Patch Installation Status – and also the version you will see in the databases.  I’ll mention too various other components that might be of interest.  I have listed just the Project Server KB for the CU – but the DB Version noted for SharePoint assumes that either a SharePoint Server or Server rollup has also been installed.

As a reminder to get the version from the database there is a table in each SharePoint DB, and each Project Server DB called Versions so a query such as the following will return the current version, which will be the highest Version next to the NULL GUID. 

USE <PROJECTSERVERNAME>_Published

SELECT * FROM Versions

WHERE VersionId ='00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000'

Project Server 2010

Release Binary Version DB Version KB
Initial Release 14.0.4763.1000 Project - 14.0.4750.1000
SharePoint - 14.0.4762.1000
 
June 2010 CU 14.0.5114.5003 – See KB for individual binary versions – KB will show in Installed Updates Project - 14.0.5114.5000
SharePoint - 14.0.5114.5000
KB 2075990
August 2010 CU 14.0.5123.5000
See KB for individual binary versions – KB will show in Installed Updates
Project - 14.0.5114.5000 (no change from June)
SharePoint – 14.0.5123.5000
KB 2276341
 October 2010 CU  14.0.5126.5003 Re-released - See KB for individual binary versions – KB will show in Installed Updates Project - 14.0.5114.5000 (still no change from June)
SharePoint – 14.0.5128.5000
 KB 2394322
 December 2010 CU  14.0.5130.5000  See KB for individual binary versions.  KB will show in installed updates

 Project - 14.0.5130.500

 SharePoint 14.0.5130.5002

 KB 2459258

February 2011 CU

14.0.5136.5000
See KB for individual binary versions.  KB will show in installed updates

Project – 14.0.5135.5000

SharePoint -
14.0.5136.5002

KB 2475879

April 2011 CU

14.0.5138.5000
See KB for individual binary versions.  KB will show in installed updates

Project – 14.0.5137.5000

SharePoint -
14.0.5138.5001

KB 2512801

June 2011 CU

14.0.6106.5002
See KB for individual binary versions.  KB will show in installed updates

Project – 14.0.6105.5000

SharePoint -
14.0.6106.5002

KB 2536600

If you load Service Pack 1 for Project Server 2010 then you will see Versions of 14.0.6027.1000 for Project and 14.0.6029.1000 for SharePoint.  If you loaded June CU at the same time and did not run the SharePoint Configuration Wizard between loading the SP and the CU then you will just see the latest - the 6105.5000 and 6106.5002 from the table above.

Project 2010

Details from Control Panel, Programs and Features, and also the Backstage (File, Help tab), both the main version displayed, and the additional version information.

Release Binary Version KB
Initial Release Control Panel - 14.0.4763.1000
BackStage – 14.0.4760.1000
Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.4751.1000) MSO(14.0.4760.1000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed
 
June 2010 CU KB 2075992 will show in installed updates
BackStage – 14.0.4760.1000
Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.5112.5000) MSO(14.0.4760.1000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed
KB 2075992
August 2010 CU NA – No client release for August.  MSO may change if other Office updates loaded NA
 October 2010 CU

 KB 2413663 will show in installed updates.  Backstage 14.0.5128.5000.  Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.5126.5000) MSO(14.0.5128.5000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed

 

 KB 2413663
 December 2010 CU  KB 2466263 will show in installed updates.  Backstage (File, Help) 14.0.5128.5000.  Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.5130.5000) MSO(14.0.5128.5000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed
 KB 2466263
February 2011 CU KB 2496946 will show in installed updates.  Backstage (File, Help) 14.0.5128.5000.  Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.5130.5000) MSO(14.0.5128.5000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed
KB 2496946
April 2011 CU KB 2516479 will show in installed updates.  Backstage (File, Help) 14.0.5137.5000.  Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.5137.5000) MSO(14.0.5128.5000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed
KB 2516479
June 2011 CU KB 2536590 will show in installed updates.  Backstage (File, Help) 14.0.6023.1000.  Under Additional Versions and Copyright Information – Microsoft Project 2010 (14.0.6106.5000) MSO(14.0.6023.1000)
MSO may be different depending on other Office KBs installed - 6023.1000 relates to SP1 in this example.
KB 2536590

Cumulative Update Release Posts

June 2010 - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2010/07/22/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2010-june-cu-2010-are-live.aspx

August 2010 - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2010/09/02/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-august-cu-2010-are-live.aspx

October CU - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2010/10/27/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-october-cu-2010-are-live.aspx

December CU - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2010/12/15/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-december-cu-2010-are-mostly-live.aspx 

February 2011 CU - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2011/02/24/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-february-cu-2011-are-live.aspx

April 2011 CU - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2011/04/29/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-april-cu-2011-are-live.aspx

SP1 - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2011/06/28/announcing-the-release-of-service-pack-1-sp1-for-microsoft-project-and-project-server-2010.aspx

June 2011 CU - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2011/08/22/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-june-cu-2011-announcement.aspx

Links to all the Cumulative Update Webcasts, and other great update links can be found at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/projectserver/gg176680.aspx

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  • This is a very useful blog post! It has saved me hours, thanks for maintaining it.

  • Please update with SP1 and June CU info. Thanks.

  • Yes, very useful -- Brian your entire blog is invaluable!

    Is there an updated version, or can this be updated, through the most recent CUs/hotfixes (2012)?

    Also, is there a listing for Project Pro 2007 (for those still making do on '07)?

    Thank you immensely

  • Thanks JimB - I'll try and find time to get this updated.  One of my collegues has both 2007 and 2010 - blogs.technet.com/.../project-server-2007-project-2007-relacion-de-versiones-junio-2012.aspx for 2007 and blogs.technet.com/.../project-server-2010-project-2010-relacion-de-versiones-junio-2010.aspx for 2010.  In Spanish but easy to follow the dates and versions.

    Best regards,

    Brian.

  • As if invaluable info isn't enough, near immediate replies too -- you might want to hold back a little, Bri, skeptical readers (like me!) might begin believing something's too good to be true!  d^¿^b

    Cheers, and Muchas gracias!  ;-j

  • :). Thought about leaving this reply 'til tomorrow - but I'd probably forget...

  • Ha! That's crackin me up, and crack-a-lackin too.. props!

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