Application version numbers by Andrew Connell

While I am at it [8-|] 

Found this in this article on the blog of Andrew Connell: .NET Framework 

v 1.0 1.0.3705
v 1.1 1.1.4322
v 2.0 2.0.50727

SQL Server (v7-present)

v 7 RTM 7.00.623
v 7 SP1 7.00.699
v 7 SP2 7.00.842
v 7 SP3 7.00.961
v 7 SP4 7.00.1063
v 2000 RTM 8.00.194
v 2000 SP1 8.00.384
v 2000 SP2 8.00.532
v 2000 SP3/3a 8.00.760
v 2000 SP4 8.00.2039
v 2005 9.00.1399
v 2005 SP1 9.00.2047
v 2005 SP1 + KB918222 9.00.2153
v 2005 SP2 9.00.3042

Content Management Server (MCMS)

v 2001 RTM 4.1.942.0
v 2001 SP1 4.1.942.100
v 2001 SRP1* 4.1.942.308
v 2001 SRP2* 4.1.1106.0
v 2002 RTM 5.0.1581.0
v 2002 SP1 5.0.2284.0
v 2002 SP1a 5.0.4484.0
v 2002 SP2 5.0.5054.0

SharePoint v2 (WSS v2 & SPS 2003)

WSS v2 SP1
WSS v2 SP1 + KB887981
WSS v2 SP2
WSS v2 post SP2 rollup (KB900929) 11.0.8000.0
SPS 2003 RTM 11.0.5704.0
SPS 2003 SP1 11.0.6715.0
SPS 2003 SP2 11.0.8126.0
SPS 2003 post SP2 rollup (KB897722) 11.0.8126.2

SharePoint v3 (WSS v3 & MOSS 2007) **

WSS v3 & MOSS 2007 RTM
WSS v3 & MOSS 2007 SP1
WSS v3 & MOSS 2007 Infrastructure Updates
WSS v3 & MOSS 2007 August 2008 Cumulative Rollup
WSS v3 & MOSS 2007 October 2008 Cumulative Rollup

Be sure to check Spencer Harbar’s killer Post SP1 page with links to all the hotfixes and version numbers… more than I have here.  
* SRP = Security Rollup Package
** – SharePoint v3’s architecture is such that MOSS is treated more or less like a feature pack, thus the underlying versions are the same between WSS v3 & MOSS 2007

Moss version numbers

I’m always looking for this information…..


Cumulative Update KB956056 & KB956057
Infrastructure Update KB951695 & KB951297
SP1 + KB948945
SP1 + KB941274
SP1 + KB941422
October 2007 public update
August 24, 2007 hotfix
Beta 2
Beta 2 TR
Office 12 PDC Pre-beta

 Be sure to check Spencer Harbar’s killer Post SP1 page with links to all the hotfixes and version numbers…

Change the Central admin port with stsadm

Hi all,

just this little tip for today. My colleague configured a test farm a while ago and let the wizard choose the port to be used for the Central Admin webapplication. I don’t know why, but every time I have seen this you get a hideous port from the wizard. So I changed the port to my preferred port number by using the following command:

Stsadm –o setadminport –port 5555

and that’s it. Nothing else to do, no restart, no iisreset, just this command.

I found this info on Shane young’s blog. Thanks for sharing Shane !

SharePoint Price Calculator by Jeroen

I am currently on a project where the licence cost for MOSS is causing an issue in this time of financial crisis and all… So I was wondering, is there an easy way to calculate what MOSS costs for your organization in licenses. I found the answer through Jeroen’s Blog for a tool from Bamboo solutions, called the SharePoint Price Calculator. You can find it here

The tool tells you how much licences you need by specifying details about your MOSS environment (number of frontends, number of users, number of SQL boxes, etc). The licenses and costs shown are for all the required moss license, operating system licenses etc.

Of ourse the prices are probably not updated, but they also list where they got the information for calculating this. The tool can at least be used to get a rough estimation.

So go take a look