Thought it worth explaining some of the intricacies of the June 2012 Cumulative Update packages, especially for those of you waiting for the fix for the Exchange Sync issue where you see duplicated tasks in Outlook, or are having problems with editing categories in PWA if you have renamed projects in your archive. Maicco e-mailed asking about the Exchange fix – and thanks for bringing this to my attention. These two fixes were delivered in the June Cumulative Update cycle, but were not in the ‘default’ Project Server only package http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2598375, but had their own hotfix - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2598376.
Just to add to the confusion this hotfix doesn’t explicitly say that it includes the 2598375 fixes – but it does. The reason for the split is that these two fixes needed some globalization changes – which you can see from the full description (Description of the Project Server 2010 hotfix package (Pjsrvwfe-x-none.msp, Pjsrvmui-x-none.msp): June 26, 2012) where MUI is Multilingual User Interface. The file list also lists all of the language files.
The complete Project Server 2010 June 2012 Cumulative Update package - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2598355 – does include everything, and the KB does list both of the KB’s mentioned above. This hopefully clarifies things and explains what the two KBs listed in the full package article are all about.
Thanks again Maicco, and in future I’ll keep my eye out for these split CU packages and we will add more details to the notification mail (and I’ll also add an update to the current posting).
Hey Brian. I have some good news about this CU.
I've just finished the upgrade process at the client's server and the result was pretty good. I've created a new schedule, published it and received a "ExchangeSyncProjectFolderAlreadyExistsException". After that, i've opened my Outlook, deleted those tasks' folders, re-published the project and Voilá!
I think the only thing to point here is that: clean those tasks at Outlook, re-publish your projects and smile.
Thanks for your support and patience.