Description of Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Service Pack 3

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Microsoft has released an update to Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001. Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Service Pack 3 (SP3) contains updates that are based on the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Initiative, and it contains the latest fixes for Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001. Because this service pack is cumulative, it also contains all the fixes that are included in earlier SharePoint Portal Server 2001 service packs. Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3 is divided in five parts. All five parts are required.

This article describes how to download and install Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3.

INTRODUCTION

This article contains information about how to download and install Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3. This article also contains a list of the fixes and the updates that are included in SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3.

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How to download and install the service pack

Important Before you install SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3, make sure that the following requirements are met:
  • SharePoint Portal Server 2001

    SharePoint Portal Server 2001 must be installed on the computer.

Install SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3

To download and install SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3, follow these steps:
  1. Download and save the following five files to a folder on the hard disk: The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:

    For additional information about how to download Microsoft Support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    119591 How to Obtain Microsoft Support Files from Online Services
    Microsoft scanned this file for viruses. Microsoft used the most current virus-detection software that was available on the date that the file was posted. The file is stored on security-enhanced servers that help to prevent any unauthorized changes to the file.
  2. In Microsoft Windows Explorer, locate the folder where you downloaded the files, and then double-click the SPSFull1.exe file.
  3. When you are prompted, specify the folder where you want to extract the contents of the SPSFull1.exe file.
  4. When you are prompted, extract the contents of the SPSFull2.exe file, the SPSFull3.exe file, the SPSFull4.exe file, and the SPSFull5.exe file. After all five files are extracted, navigate to the folder that you specified, and then open the Launch.exe file.
  5. After all five files are extracted to the folder that you specified earlier in step 3, double-click the Launch.exe file to install SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3.

How to determine whether the service pack is installed

To determine whether the service pack is installed on the computer, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
  3. In the list of currently installed programs, click Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001, and then click Click here for support information.
  4. In the Support Info dialog box, verify that the version number that is listed next to Version is 10.145.7329.

List of issues that are fixed by SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3

SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3 fixes the issues that are described in the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

828535 "ErrNo: C7FF1004" error message and event ID 481 is logged when you use the Msdmback.vbs tool to back up SharePoint Portal Server
824574 "Error Fetching URL, (80041201 - The Object Was Not Found)" error message and incomplete search results when you search an Exchange 2000 Server content source
824388 "Run-Time Error '-2147217911 (80040e09)' " error message when you programmatically check in a document by using the PKMCDO KnowledgeVersion object
824083 You receive a "No Matching Documents Were Found" message and content in PDF documents that are streamed from ASP Pages is not returned in search results
823434 SharePoint Portal indexing of Exchange 2000 public folder degrades over time
823388 SharePoint Portal Server intermittently stops responding when you check in or publish a document
823372 Your Word documents take a long time to open when they have attached templates
823365 "You do not have permission to perform this operation" error message when you try to check out a document from the document library
822832 Uppercase letters in the version history documents are incorrectly Converted to Lowercase Letters when you check in a document to the document library
822130 Subscriptions to documents and to folders that contain extended characters do not function after you upgrade to SharePoint Portal Server Service Pack 2a
821247 Access violation occurs in Mssearch.exe after you crawl a Visio file in SharePoint Portal Server
820289 Users may receive a timeout error in the Web browser Window when they access a custom ASPX Web page to perform a task in SharePoint Portal Server
819833 "Subscriptions to this item is not supported. Error Number: -2147208954 (0x80043106)" error message when you subscribe to search results in SharePoint Portal Server
819530 Hyperlinks of published documents in the document library are encoded by using UTF-8 after you install SharePoint Portal Server Service Pack 2a
817860 "Https:" display mapping is not applied correctly when you search an Exchange Server 5.5 content source
817841 "Runtime Error! R6025" error message when you start PowerPoint and the Check In and the Check Out commands are missing after you install Office 2000 Service Pack 3
817824 When you double-click a folder shortcut in a Web folder, the folder does not open
817607 Unexpected increases in memory usage when you use IKnowledgeDocument::Fields::get_Count
817366 The status of checked-in documents are displayed incorrectly as "Desprotegido" (checked out)
816078 SharePoint Portal Server incorrectly indexes TIFF files when OCR is activated
815995 OFFXP: Cannot open Office documents from SPS share
814771 SharePoint Portal Server sends subscription notifications even though the contents of Exchange public folders do not change
813881 Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server Service Pack 2 Post-Release bulletin
813654 FIX: Cannot connect to a Web folder if proxy server requires authentication
812588 ServerUrl key does not enable FQDN in the "From" field of the SPS notification e-mail
812506 SharePoint Portal Server does not retain custom properties in Word and Excel files
811868 Subscriptions do not work after the property store is reset
810325 files that you attach to a Notes document by using a Web browser are not returned in search results
328969 Hyperlinks for Documents in the document library point to the shadow folder
326118 SharePoint Portal Server 2001 cannot search for words in a .pdf file that is attached to an e-mail message
828354 "Add Error fetching URL, (80041201 - The object was not found.)" error messages when you search a portal site in SharePoint Portal Server 2001
SharePoint Portal Server 2001 SP3 fixes the following issues that were previously not documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.

You cannot open a SharePoint Team Services Web site in Microsoft FrontPage

When you try to open a ShareTeam Services from Microsoft Web site in Microsoft FrontPage, you may receive an error message that is similar to the following:
The folder 'http://ServerName/SiteName/PathoOfFolder' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an unavailable location, protected with a password, or the file name contains a / or \.
This problem occurs if you try to open a Web site other than the default Web site on the server. For example, you can open the Web site that uses the http://ServerName URL, but you cannot open a Web site that uses the ServerName/SiteName URL.

You cannot create a new workspace by using WebDAV

In certain situations, you may find that you cannot create a new workspace by using Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV).

You cannot save a Microsoft Word 2000 document or a Microsoft Excel 2000 workbook to a mapped Office Web server

You cannot save a Word 2000 document (.doc file) or an Excel 2000 workbook (.xls file) to a mapped Office Web server on client computers that are running Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

The error message that appears when you use restricted characters in a folder name is incorrect

The error message that appears in SharePoint Portal Server 2001 when you include one or more of the following restricted characters in a folder name is incorrect:
| \ * / : " < > ~

You receive an error message when you click Workspace Settings after you connect to the workspace by using Web folders

When you connect to the Management folder by using Web folders on a server that is configured on the extranet, and then click Workspace Settings, you may receive an error message that is similar to the following:
The file or folder properties cannot be read, because of the error (0x800706ba)
The RPC server is unavailable.


Certain strings that are contained in the OfficeForm.asp page are incorrectly localized

Certain strings that are contained in the OfficeForm.asp page are incorrectly localized.

Documents are not returned in search results after you perform an incremental update

When you search the workspace for content, you may find that certain documents are not returned in the search results. This problem may occur if the permissions are changed on the folder before the incremental update is performed.

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Article ID: 837017 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 5.1
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