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SharePoint 2010 RC cumulative patch released on Microsoft Connect

For those of you that are members of the TAP program or the RDP then there is a new patch available.

Why am I posting this if it is only for TAP or RDP users? It is a sign that Microsoft is getting closer to release and items are being added and fixed as you read this.

Here is the official word from Microsoft:

“We have just released a new cumulative patch for customers running Release Candidate (RC) of our 2010 server products. This patch contains all the fixes made since the Release Candidate including several fixes for performance, reliability, and Profile Import functionality. We strongly recommend all customers install this patch. It is not required, but will be the first step we take in patching earlier builds.

NOTE: This patch applies to SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Foundation 2010, Project Server 2010.

Please install this patch from this location and review the installation notes posted on Microsoft Connect.

All post-RC patches are cumulative and all will be supported as the starting point in the final upgrade to the RTM build. For any issues, questions or feedback on this patch, please use the Connect feedback tool, to provide your feedback. We have also updated our SharePoint 2010 Beta to RC Upgrade document, which you can also find the latest copy here.”

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  1. Joao
    April 13, 2010 at 10:54 am

    “Beta to RC Upgrade document”
    Document doesn’t exist

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