August 2017 CU for SharePoint Server 2016

cumulativeupdate

Product group released February 2017 Cumulative Update and it is available for download

  • KB 4011049 — SharePoint Server 2016 language independent (build number 16.0.4573.1002)
  • KB 4011053 — SharePoint Server 2016 language dependent fixes (build number 16.0.4573.1000)
  • Not Release — Office Online Server 2016 (language dependent fixes)

Direct link to download updates

Please run SharePoint Configuration Wizard aka PSConfig on every server on the farm.

You could use this PowerShell script in order to determine your SharePoint farm patch level.

Note: Install cumulative updates into test environment first and just in order to keep your production first. If update deployment was okay, then continue with a production environment. In any case, it will be nice to have backups.

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July 2017 CU for SharePoint Server 2016

cumulativeupdate

Product group released February 2017 Cumulative Update and it is available for download

  • KB 3213544 — SharePoint Server 2016 language independent (build number 16.0.4561.1000)
  • KB 3213543 — SharePoint Server 2016 language dependent fixes (build number 16.0.4561.1000)
  • KB 3213657 — Office Online Server 2016 (language dependent fixes)

Direct link to download updates

Please run SharePoint Configuration Wizard aka PSConfig on every server on the farm.

You could use this PowerShell script in order to determine your SharePoint farm patch level.

Note: Install cumulative updates into test environment first and just in order to keep your production first. If update deployment was okay, then continue with a production environment. In any case, it will be nice to have backups.

June 2017 CU for SharePoint Server 2016

cumulativeupdate

Product group released February 2017 Cumulative Update and it is available for download

  • KB 3203432 — SharePoint Server 2016 language independent (build number 16.0.4549.1001)
  • KB 3203433 — SharePoint Server 2016 language dependent fixes (build number 16.0.4549.1000)
  • KB 3203485 — Office Online Server 2016 (language dependent fixes)

Direct link to download updates

Please run SharePoint Configuration Wizard aka PSConfig on every server on the farm.

You could use this PowerShell script in order to determine your SharePoint farm patch level.

Note: Install cumulative updates into test environment first and just in order to keep your production first. If update deployment was okay, then continue with a production environment. In any case, it will be nice to have backups.

Updated Product Servicing Policy for SharePoint Server 2016

Breaking-News

SharePoint Support End Date was always dependent on Service Pack release date and this is how it was before SharePoint 2016. As you know, Microsoft decided to get rid of Service Pack concept and that is why they are introducing new schema.

Starting April 2017 every update will be supported 1 year starting its release date. Microsoft will update the minimum supported build of SharePoint Server 2016 on each anniversary of General Availability (GA)

You can find all dates in a table below

SharePoint Server 2016 Support End Date
RTM (16.0.4351.1000) — April 2017 Public Update 4/30/2018
May 2017 Public Update — April 2018 Public Update 4/30/2019
May 2018 Public Update — April 2019 Public Update 4/30/2020
May 2019 Public Update — April 2020 Public Update 4/30/2021
May 2020 Public Update — April 2021 Public Update 4/30/2022
May 2021 Public Update — all future Public Updates 7/14/2026

Links

Updated Product Servicing Policy for SharePoint Server 2016

May 2017 CU for SharePoint Server 2016

cumulativeupdate

Product group released February 2017 Cumulative Update and it is available for download

  • KB 3191880 — SharePoint Server 2016 language independent (build number 16.0.4534.1000)
  • KB 3191884 — SharePoint Server 2016 language dependent fixes (build number 16.0.4534.1000)
  • KB 3191915 — Office Online Server 2016 (language dependent fixes)

Direct link to download updates

Please run SharePoint Configuration Wizard aka PSConfig on every server on the farm.

You could use this PowerShell script in order to determine your SharePoint farm patch level.

Note: Install cumulative updates into test environment first and just in order to keep your production first. If update deployment was okay, then continue with a production environment. In any case, it will be nice to have backups.