LANDesk Patch News Bulletin: Microsoft has Released KB2850071 Which is an Update for SharePoint Server 2013 13-DEC-2013

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    • (December 13, 2013) Microsoft has released KB2850071 which is an update for SharePoint Server 2013. This update provides the latest fixes for SharePoint Server 2013. It also includes stability and performance improvements.


    Issue that this update fixes

      When you use a UIA-based screen reader (such as Microsoft Narrator) to read an email message in Outlook 2013, some graphic objects that are out of view are skipped and cannot be read.

       Assume that you have a Word file that contains a graphic object, and there is a hyperlink on that graphic object. When you use Microsoft Narrator to navigate by link, Word 2013 is stuck, and Narrator cannot move forward.

      You cannot register your Blogger account in Word 2013.

      When you try to print preview an email message that contains a linked image in Outlook 2013, you receive one or more unexpected authentication prompts.

               When you open an iCalendar file (.ics file) in Outlook 2013, Outlook crashes.

      Consider the following scenario:

        You install Lync 2013 on a rotatable device, such as Surface Pro.

        You start a video call by using Lync 2013.

        You rotate the device between the portrait and landscape orientations.

    In this scenario, Lync crashes.

    Assume that you install the October 2013 Public Update for Office 2013. Then, you use the Send to OneNote add-in through the Command bar in Windows Internet Explorer, or you right-click a webpage and then select the Send to OneNote add-in in Internet Explorer. In this scenario, the Send to OneNote add-in does not work as expected in Internet Explorer. Additionally, you receive the following error message:   The service has not been started.

    Gallatin users cannot access a file that is located on a SharePoint server that returns an FP value.

    Consider the following scenario:

        You try to sign in to Office 2013 by using a Gallatin account.

        You do not know the password for the account.

        You enter the Gallatin email address.

        You click Next, and then you click Can't Access Your Account.

        The Reset your password page opens in Internet Explorer.

        You enter the Gallatin account name as the user ID, and then you enter the verification characters.

       You click Next.

    In this scenario, you receive the following error message: The user ID you entered does not exist. Please check that you have typed your user ID correctly.



    New Vulnerabilities

    • Vulnerability ID – 2850071


    Changed Vulnerabilities

    • Vulnerability ID – N/A


    New Patch Downloads

    • wdsrvloc2013-kb2850071-fullfile-x64-glb.exe


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