SharePoint Server 2010 Service Pack 1 Announced

2011/06/29

This time SharePoint 2010 Products Service Pack includes new functionalities in addition to the regular security updates and hotfixes.

Service Pack 1 includes the following features:

  1. Supporting the installation over SQL Server “Denali”.
  2. Shallow Copy: Moving the Site Collection between content databases..
  3. Site Recycle Bin:I saw this feature in Google Sites before a while and I wished to have the same one in SharePoint, Simply you can restore a deleted site collection/sub sites from a recycle bin.
  4. Storage Space Allocation.
  5. Cascading Filters in Performance Point Services.
  6. IE9 and Google Chrome Support.

SharePoint 2010 Service Packs 1 includes the following Updates:

 

SPF 2010

SPS 2010

June 2010

 Cumulative Update

KB983497, KB2124512, KB2182938, KB2204024, KB2281364

August 2010

Cumulative Update

Cumulative Update

October 2010

Cumulative Update

Cumulative Update

December 2010

Cumulative Update

Cumulative Update

February 2011

Cumulative Update

Cumulative Update

April 2011

Cumulative Update

Cumulative Update

Of course with the releasing these new features, some PowerShell commands will be released  too such as Move-SPSite, Get-SPDeletedSite, etc..

At the same time June 2011 Cumulative Update for SharePoint Server is released and you can obtain it from here.

Additional Resources:

  1. Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog Post.
  2. Service Pack 1 for SPF 2010 and SPS 2010 White Paper.
  3. June 2011 Cumulative Update for SharePoint Server 2010.
  4. SQL Server Code Name “Denali”.

SharePoint 2010 February 2011 CU is now available

2011/03/04

The SharePoint 2010 product family cumulative updates are available now for download. Here is the links of the CUs:

  1. SharePoint Foundation 2010 Feb 2011 CU.
  2. SharePoint Server 2010 Feb 2011 CU.
  3. SharePoint Server 2010 with Project Server Feb 2011 CU.

Note that the SharePoint Server CU contains also the SharePoint Foundation CU, so there is no need to install both of them if you plan to update your SharePoint Server.

The KB articles are not released at this moment, i will update this post when they are available.


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