For our Project Server 2007 folks out there:  This one is for you.

Thanks to Brian and Microsoft for his blog:

Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Project and Project Server 2007 are now released and can be found at:

For full details and more specific link see the Office Sustained Engineering blog at

*** Update – just heard there are a couple of issues being investigated with the 2007 Office packages – this affects the MOSS Server package 2596540 (which is the roll up that also includes the Project Server 2007 fix below), and a Project 2007 fix that was specifically  aimed at implementations of Project 2007 and Office 2010 where Visual Reports would not work.  Also corrected the description below from 2010 to 2007 – sorry…  Both of the updates below are unaffected. ***

The October 2011 Cumulative Update for Project and Project Server 2007 can be found at:

A few answers to questions I’m am sure are on the tips of your tongues (as we have all been asking them internally)

  • SP3 does not contain the October CU, but contains all fixes up to the August 2011 CU – so to get fully up to date you need to load both SP3 and the October CU. 
  • SP3 contains all of the fixes previously released via cumulative updates up to and including the August 2011 CU plus any applicable security fixes released.  If you are up to date with updates and CU’s then SP3 will not be adding anything you don’t already have.
  • October CU and SP3 can be loaded in either order – and for the server you could add both before running the configuration wizard.
  • You do need to be at least at SP2 to load the October CU – or preferably SP3

Thanks to Rob and Adrian for the information – and Adrian and I (mostly Adrian) will include SP3 in our regular Cumulative Update webcast – 11/8/2011.

Here’s the URL for the 11/8/2011 8:00:00 AM – Information about Microsoft Project and Project Server October 2011 Software Update