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Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013

Using SharePoint Central Administration Web site, under Upgrade and Migration, click Check product and patch installation status
You can also use the Windows PowerShell command, (get-spfarm).BuildVersion, however that can show a different version number from the web page.

Version

CU/PU/SP

SPF 2013

SPS 2013

SPS 2013 +

Project Server

Office Web App Server

15.0.4623

June 2014 CU

KB2881063

KB2881061

KB2881062

KB2881051

15.0.4605

April 2014 CU

KB2863892

KB2878240

KB2880484

KB2863899

 

Note: Office Web Apps Server 2013 fixes will be released with a different cadence to SharePoint in the future.

 

 

15.0.4569

SP1 re-released

KB2880551

KB2880552

KB2880553

KB2880558

 

Note: How to tell which Service Pack 1 you have installed on SharePoint 2013

 

 

15.0.4551

December 2013 CU

KB2849961

KB2850024

Install SP2013 Dec CU + KB2837668

KB2850013

15.0.4551

October 2013 CU

KB2825674

KB2825647

KB2825650

KB2825686

15.0.4535

August 2013 CU

KB2817517

KB2817616

KB2817615

KB2817521

15.0.4517

June 2013 CU

KB2817346

KB2817414

KB2817415

KB2817350

15.0.4505

April 2013 CU

KB2751999

KB2726992

KB2775426

Notes KB2799821

 

15.0.4481

March Update

KB2768000

KB2767999

KB2768001

Notes KB2760486

 

Important: Due to a change in the package configuration introduced after SharePoint 2013 RTM the March Public update is a mandatory requirement in order to install subsequent SharePoint 2013 Updates.

 

 

15.0.4420

RTM

 

 

 

 

15.0.4128  

Preview (Beta 2)

 

 

 

 

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

Using SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Web site, under Upgrade and Migration, click Check product and patch installation status to show version numbers. Click the icon to the right of the SharePoint 2010 product name, in the list below, to see a screenshot of the Manage Patch Status page.

You can also use the Windows PowerShell command, (get-spfarm).BuildVersion, however that can show a different version number from the web page. When the BuildVersion from Windows PowerShell is different from the number shown CA web page it is shown in brackets below:

Note: Microsoft has released a SharePoint 2010 Information Worker and Evaluation (SP1) virtual machine, which you can find at the Microsoft download site.

 

Version

CU

SPF 2010

SPS 2010

SPS 2010 +

Project Server

14.0.7125.5002

June 2014

KB2880975

KB2880972

KB2880974

14.0.7121.5000/4

April 2014

KB2878270

KB2878250

KB2878253

14.0.7116.5000

February 2014

KB2863938

KB2863913

KB2863917

14.0.7113.5000

December 2013

KB2849990

KB2849971

KB2849972

14.0.7110.5000

October 2013

KB2825824

KB2825786

KB2825793

14.0.7106.5002

August 2013 re-released 

KB2825990

KB2825949

KB2825959

14.0.7102.5004

June 2013 re-released 

KB2817552

KB2817527

KB2817530

 

The June Cumulative Update for SharePoint 2010 is a Post-SP2 hotfix, which means that the fixes included in June CU are not included in SP2. You have to install SP2 first and then the June CU to get all the latest fixes.

 

 

 

 

 

14.0.7015.1000

SP2 KB2687524

KB2687464

KB2687453

KB2687452

 

If you do not plan to upgrade to SP2 yet, and have installed SP1 you have until 14/10/2014 to do so, when service pack support ends for SharePoint 2010

 

 

 

 

 

14.0.6137.5000

April 2013

KB2794728

KB2775353

KB2775426

14.0.6134.5000

February 2013

KB2760791

KB2767793

KB2767794

14.0.6131.5003

December 2012

KB2596957

KB2596955

KB2596956

14.0.6129.5003

October 2012

KB2687566

KB2687564

KB2687565

14.0.6126.5000

August 2012

KB2687355

KB2687353

KB2687354

14.0.6123.5002

June 2012

KB2598373

KB2598354

KB2598355

14.0.6120.5000

April 2012

KB2598321

KB2598151

KB2598152

14.0.6117.5000

February 2012

KB2597132

KB2597150

KB2597152

14.0.6114.5000

December 2011

KB2597058

KB2597014

KB2597015

14.0.6112.5000

October 2011

KB2596508

KB2596505

KB2596506

14.0.6109.5002

August 2011

KB2553050

KB2553048

KB2553049

14.0.6106.5002

June 2011 re-released 

 KB2536601     

 KB2536599     

KB2536600

The June Cumulative Update for SharePoint 2010 is a Post-SP1 hotfix, which means that the fixes included in June CU are not included in SP1. You have to install SP1 first and then the June CU to get all the latest fixes. But first read the following related post and So What the Fuss? - Service Pack 1 and June 2011 CU for SharePoint 2010. Also see: User Profile Synchronization Service changes in the June 2011 Cumulative Update

 

 

 

 

 

14.0.6029.1000  

SP1 KB2532120

 KB2460058     

 KB2460045     

KB2460047

More information on SP1 can be found at the following locations:

If you do not plan to upgrade to SP1 yet, you have until 13/10/2015 to do so, when mainstream support for installations of SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010 without SP1 retire.

 

14.0.5138.5001

April 2011     

 KB2512804     

 KB2512800     

KB2512801

14.0.5136.5002

February 2011     

 KB2475880     

 KB2475878     

KB2475879

14.0.5130.5002

December 2010

 KB2459125

 KB2459257

KB2459258

14.0.5128.5003  [Updated 2nd Dec 2010]

October 2010 rereleased

 

 KB2394320

KB2394322

14.0.5128.5000

October 2010

 KB2394323

 

 

    Information concerning the out-of-band security update to address ASP.NET issue can be found at: Stefan Gossner blog

14.0.5123.5000

August 2010

 KB2352346

 KB2352342

KB2352345

14.0.5114.5003  (14.0.5114.5000)

June 2010

 KB2028568

 KB983319 KB983497 KB2124512 KB2281364 and KB2182938 (localized Japanese only)

 

14.0.5050.5002  (14.0.5050.5001)

Hotfix

 KB2032588

14.0.4763.1000  (14.0.4762.1000)

RTM

 SPF 2010

 SPS 2010

14.0.4536.1000

Beta 2

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