List of Major Updates and Versions for SharePoint WSS v3 and MOSS 2007

Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 are constantly being updated.   Many of these updates are “Hotfixes” that fix specific problems/issues with MOSS.  Generally, unless one of these issues is causing a major problem, you will want to wait until the cumulative updates or rollups that include all previous hotfixes.  This will limit the possibilities of issues and also save a lot of time updating the software.

Below is a list of the major updates for Windows SharePoint Services.  This list will be updated as cumulative updates are posted.

Please visit our MOSS 2007 FAQ for important info on updating your WSS or MOSS environment.

Date Windows SharePoint Services v3 Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Version
12/8/07 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Service Pack 1 (SP1)
7/15/08 Infrastructure Update- KB 951695 Infrastructure Update & Enterprise Search features – KB 951297

10/28/08 Hotfixes  – KB 957691 Hotfixes – KB 957693 & KB 958567 (Cumulative)
12/16/08 Hotfixes – KB 960010 Hotfixes – KB 960011 (Cumulative)
2/09 Hotfixes – KB 961755 Hotfixes – KB 961756 (Cumulative)
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4 Responses to List of Major Updates and Versions for SharePoint WSS v3 and MOSS 2007

  1. Dan Usher says:

    Looks like the next version to post for the Feb Cumulative update is –


  2. Adam SEO says:

    Fantastic, thanks for the update! I have added this to the chart.

  3. Dzeee says:

    Interesting post on how to find the versions of SharePoint installed in the farm.

  4. Alex90 says:

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