10/11/2009

Description du Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Cumulative Update Server Package de correctifs (serveur-package WSS): 25 août 2009

 

Packages de mise à jour cumulative pour Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 contiennent des correctifs pour les problèmes de Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 qui ont été corrigés depuis la version de Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
Remarque Cette version du package de mise à jour cumulative est également appelée génération 12.0.6514.5000.
Nous vous recommandons de tester correctifs avant de les déployer dans un environnement de production. Les versions étant cumulatives, chaque nouvelle mise à jour contient tous les correctifs et package de correctifs de sécurité inclus avec la précédente Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 mise à jour.

Description du Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Cumulative Update Server Package de correctifs (serveur-package WSS): 25 août 2009

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