As of this month, Chrome has disabled, by default, NPAPI plugins. This means plugins, such as Silverlight and Flash, will no longer work by default. This include the SharePoint 2013 Silverlight-enabled Media Webpart. Chrome does have a workaround to re-enable NPAPI plugins, which you can find on their NPAPI deprecation developer guide. This can be done by navigating to chrome://flags/#enable-npapi, or via Enterprise Policies. Support NPAPI plugin
The April 2015 CU, MS15-033, and MS15-036 require SharePoint 2013 Build #15.0.4571.1502. Here is a list of where you can get that patch, if you’ve patched with either the “bad” SP1 or if you’ve leveraged the slipstreamed SP1 from the MSDN/VLSC downloads, which are required for Server 2012 R2 support. SharePoint Foundation 2013 Service Pack 1: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42548 SharePoint Server
Todd has a great article showing us that Service Pack 1 came in a few flavors. The first patch, with build 15.0.4569.1506, or KB2817429, was pulled. It was replaced by KB2880552, build 15.0.4571.1502. This is the version of SP1 you would be using in order to update to any future build (April 2014 CU/MS14-022 and higher). In order to deploy on Windows Server 2012 R2, a slipstream of SharePoint 2013 SP1 was required that could only come from Micros
The SharePoint 2010 April 2015 Cumulative Updates have been released: SharePoint Foundation: https://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2965241 SharePoint Server 2010: https://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2965294 Project Server 2010: https://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2965293 Office Updates: https://support2.microsoft.com/kb/3050766 Like this:Like Loading...