The October 2016 Cumulative Updates contain fixes and improvements for SharePoint Server 2016 and Office Online Server 2016.
Update KB3118372 for SharePoint Server 2016: October 11, 2016
This fix contains updates for language-independend files. It also updates the configuration database schema and the SharePoint build number.
Description of the SharePoint Server 2016 update package
The October 2016 Cumulative Updates contain numerous hotfixes and improvements for SharePoint Foundation 2013, SharePoint Server 2013, Project Server 2013 and Office Web Apps Server 2013. The cumulative update package is multilingual and contains updates for all languages.
Before you start
Since June 2014 the Cumulative Updates for SharePoint products releases on a monthly basis.
Since May 2015 the server proofing tools are included in the cumulative updates.
This cumulative update includes all patches since the Service Pack 1 release, but not the Service Pack 1 itself. You must install the Service Pack 1 before installing this cumulative update. Read how-to install Service Pack 1.
Because of the file size the cumulative update package has been divided in three parts; ubersrv.exe, ubersrv_1.cab and ubersrv_2.cab. You have to put them all in the same folder.
Hotfix KB3118361 for SharePoint Foundation 2013: October 11, 2016
Description of the SharePoint Foundation 2013 update package
The October 2016 Cumulative Updates contain numerous hotfixes and improvements for SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010 and Project Server 2010. The cumulative update package is multilingual and contains updates for all languages.
Before you start
Since June 2014 the Cumulative Updates for SharePoint products releases on a monthly basis!
Be aware that the cumulative update requires the Service Pack 2 to be installed. This Cumulative Update does not support Service Pack 1. The SharePoint Server 2010 cumulative update contains all resources of SharePoint Foundation 2010 since the release of Service Pack 2.
No fixes released for SharePoint Foundation 2010
The European SharePoint Conference (November 14-17, 2016) is around the corner and harmon.ie is asking the European SharePoint community to vote for their top European SharePoint influencers. The winners will be announced during the Award night at the European SharePoint Conference in Vienna.
I’ve been nominated by harmon.ie as one of the top influencers and would be very happy to get your vote between October 8-15, 2016.
Thank you for your support!
Here’s acollection of the ‘must see’ SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2016 (so far). Enjoy the videos!
Explore Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 and beyond
Troy Starr, Bill Baer
The second day of Microsoft Ignite is over, but not the flood of new announcements. I summarized the most relevant announcements of Day 2 about SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure from an IT-Pro perspective. Read this post for a summary of Microsoft Ignite 2016 Day 1.
New Office 365 App Launcher
The new version of the Office 365 App Launcher gives you access to these new features:
And – coming soon – access to recent Office documents.
The Microsoft Ignite takes place September, 26-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta (GA) and floods us with tons of announcements about several IT-Pro topics. I summarized the most relevant announcements about SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure. Read this post for a summary of Microsoft Ignite 2016 Day 2.
Microsoft Ignite Keynotes
The first keynote was all about the digital transformation, the second keynote focused on next generation innovations and investments.
Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint Server 2016
The Feature Pack has been announced and will be available in November 2016 for customers with Software Assurance and includes the following features:
The Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint Server 2016 has been announced during Microsoft Ignite and will be available in November 2016. Feature Packs have been introduced with SharePoint Server 2016 to accelerate the delivery of cloud-first features to Software Assurance customers outside the traditional major release cadence. The first Feature Pack brings several enhancements from Office 365 to your on-premises platform:
The Microsoft Ignite (September 26 – 30, 2016) conference starts today at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta (GA) and will be kicked-off by two keynotes.
The first one starts at 9 AM ET (15.00h CET) and is all about the digital transformation. The session will be hosted by Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President of the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group.