The UserProfileChangeService service does not report user
If blob caching is enabled for a Web site,
you cannot download files whose size is more than 32 megabytes (MB) from that
When you open a SharePoint Search site by using SharePoint
Designer, the W3wp.exe process crashes.
You create a new page based on the "(Welcome Page) Welcome
page with summary links" page layout. You add a new link to the Summary Links
Web part, and you use a URL that starts with "mms://". However, the newly added
link is an empty link.
You convert a Word document (.docx) to a Web page on a
SharePoint site. However, the multi level numbering is incorrect. For example,
1.1 may be displayed as 0.1.
When you use spelling check in a Spanish site, it fails and
you may receive the following error message:
checking is not available for the default language. Choose one of the following
languages and click OK to continue spelling, or click Cancel to
A Shared Services Timer job opens handles for each task,
but the job does not close the handles. Because the type is set to manual reset
for these handles, the garbage collector cannot clean them up. Therefore, a
handle leak occurs in the Owstimer.exe process.
You have a Word document (.docx) that has Track
Changes enabled. You convert the Word document to a Web page on a
SharePoint site. However, deleted words are displayed in the conversion results
as unhidden text.
If you disable the Show Subsites option on
the navigation settings page and repeatedly visit a subsite, you see high
latency and low throughput.
The variation engine cannot restore destination page
properties if the page contains a Content Query Web part.
When you set a publishing time for a page in SharePoint,
the publishing time may shift incorrectly if the time zone is not Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC). This behavior occurs for the end time too.
If you input Date type cells in Excel 2007
files, the XLSX Filter extracts them as numbers.
A Variation Page propagation job cannot transfer updated
content to target labels if the page has a comma in the URL. This is because
the Variation engine cannot find propagated pages that have a comma in the URL.
The Business Data List Web part is not using the Regional
Settings collation when it sorts the data.
When you build an application to control a document
library, the SPFolder.CopyTo() API does not increase the List.ItemCount number.
This behavior causes inconsistency in the List.
The Microsoft PKM Search Filter Daemon (Mssdmn.exe) crashes
every 15 seconds when crawled using certificate authentication.
When you back up the Shared Search index,
it always fails, and you may receive the following error message in the backup
[30/9/2008 2:11:46]: Verbose: Starting object:
Shared Search Index. [30/9/2008 3:12:17]: Error: Object Shared Search Index
failed in event OnBackupComplete. For more information, see the error log
located in the backup directory. WebException: The current operation timed-out
after 3600 seconds [30/9/2008 3:12:17]: Debug: at
sender, SPBackupInformation args) [30/9/2008 3:12:17]: Verbose: Starting
When you search on a SharePoint site, the performance may
Search results are not properly security trimmed for
anonymous users who access the SharePoint sites
that have the Lockdown feature activated.
This release also includes fixes that are described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles:
A supported hotfix is available from Microsoft. However, this hotfix is
intended to correct only the problems that are described in this article. Apply
this hotfix only to systems that are experiencing the problems described in
this article. This hotfix might receive additional testing. Therefore, if you
are not severely affected by this problem, we recommend that you wait for the
next software update that contains this hotfix.
If the hotfix is
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the issues that are listed in this article.
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