The updated version of Service Pack 1 has been released today!
Refer to the information below to acquire the updated Service Pack for your product:
NOTE The KB articles for the re-released Service Pack is different from the recalled Service Pack.
Download links for updated SP1:
Customers with Service Pack 1 Deployed
For customers who have previously deployed Service Pack 1, download the updated Service Pack 1 and install over the existing Service Pack 1 running PSConfig or PSConfigUI immediately following.
Customers without Service Pack 1
For customers without Service Pack 1 deployed, download the updated Service Pack 1 package and deploy as per the KB documentation.
There is no update to the integrated ISO ("slipstream") from MSDN, VLSC and MPN as it was not affected by the issue.
see official announcement in Bill Baers blog post.
Hi Stefan, what about Service Pack 1 for Language Packs for Microsoft Office Web Apps Server?Steffen
Hi Steffen, installing SP1 for Microsoft Office Web Apps Server seems to contain patches for all language packs as well. You can see that at the end of the binary which is not language specific (e.g. en-us but gbl which means global)
Hello,Do I need to reinstall all of the SP1 LPs for SharePoint server as well. I have previously install SharePoint SP1 + LPs SP1
Thanks a lot.
Hi George,yes you should reinstall also SP1 for all LP.Cheers,Stefan
Thanks Stephan for this news. About SharePoint Foundation SP1, is it a new SP1 including the fix for search web part (March 2014 Public Update (PU) ) or do we have to appy this PU ?RegardsEtienneL
Hi Etiennel, this fix is included in the re-released SP1. You will find a note at the beginning of the Foundation SP1 KB article. Cheers Stefan
Hi Stefan, what would be the build number of SP1 ?The SP1 that was retracted from the download site was: 15.0.4569.1506Thanks.
Thanks for your answer.
Hi,The initial release of SharePoint Foundation 2013 slipstream ISO was affected by search issue. Now, "There is no update to the integrated ISO ("slipstream") from MSDN, VLSC and MPN as it was not affected by the issue." Some information is incorrect?What is correct/best path to install new clean SharePoint Foundation 2013 farm with SP1 or Windows 2012 or 2012 R2?Install Windows 2012 Server + SharePoint Foundation 2013 (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35488) + LP + (maybe also PU1) + new SharePoint SP1 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2880551) + new LP SP1 + psconfig.Or,install Windows 2012 R2 Server + SharePoint Foundation 2013 with SP1 (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42039) + LP with SP1 + KB2760625 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2760625) + psconfig.Or something else?Thank you very much,Josef
I'm assuming that the Project Server 2013 SP1 INCLUDES the SharePoint 2013 SP1 files, correct?
Hi StefanIt took me hours to install SP1 & LP SP1 on the Farm. I can't belive I have to do this again! Is reinstalling really the only way to get rid of the Bug?Thanks
Hi Josef,the slipstream was NOT affected by the issue that caused the re-release of SP1 (the fact that future fixes could not be installed on servers patched with SP1).the slipstream install WAS affected by the search issue. The re-released SP1 fixes both issues but only exists as update and not as slipstream.So you need to install the separate fix for the search issue on slipstream but not on the re-released SP1.Hope this clarifies your question.Cheers,Stefan
Hi Andrea, unfortunatelly that is the only way to fix the installer problem.Cheers,Stefan