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  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013, SP1 and Slipstreaming

    Service Pack 1 for SharePoint 2013 has been released . This includes all previous bug fixes released in the CUs. It also enables the ability for folks to use Windows Server 2012 R2. In a previous post , I explained how to slipstream a service pack into a SharePoint build. Although the process does work...
  • Blog Post: App Fabric Support Stance Change

    We have made a change regarding the support stance for App Fabric for SharePoint 2013. The following (poorly worded) KB explains that you are now free to install AppFabric patches as they are released publicly. SharePoint CUs/SPs will not contain fixes for App Fabric. Hopefully this helps to resolve...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010, Service Pack 2 and the Cumulative Updates

    Each time when a service pack comes out for SharePoint, there's always a bit of confusion around how the Service Pack affects cumulative updates. Let me explain the state of SP2 with the June and August CUs. Although the June CU and SP2 came out at the same time, the June CU has a lower build number...
  • Blog Post: User profiles, database sizes and DaysWorthOfActivityFeedsToKeep

    You may have noticed a large spike in your User Profile Service Database size, or just wondered why it’s so large. After doing some investigation, you realize that the ActivityEventsConsolidated and ActivityEventsPublished table are fairly large and consuming the most space. You’d like to...
  • Blog Post: Slipstream SharePoint 2010 SP1 and Language Packs SP1 into RTM Builds

    With the release of SharePoint 2010 SP1, it’s a good idea to include SP1 into your new builds. By slipstreaming the patches in your installation folder, this process gets much easier. This process is very similar to how things worked with WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007. I’m going to use the file names...
  • Blog Post: PSConfig/Content Database Attach Error - "Unknown server error number: d"

    I recently ran into an issue when applying the MOSS August CU. This issue is not necessarily isolated to this patch. When the patch ran, the B2B upgrade process was failing in the site collection action upgrade sequence. The specific step was 12.1. 6301 .0, which adds the new Search Federation webparts...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Patching Story Improves! (a little bit)

    If you haven't had the pleasure of patching WSS 3.0 or MOSS2007, you're missing a real fun experience. If you are one of the folks who've had to go through the pain, there's some good news for you. If you're particularly adept at reading KB articles, you might have noticed this little tidbit in 953749...
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