|reply to StuartMW |
Re: Microsoft untrusted certificate store update (Dec 31st)
Keep the links posted anyways, who knows, they could come back up. I wonder if they slipped through Windows Update during the brief time they were available...
I found it on my WSUS server and it did install on a few Win 7 client machines. The SBS server has it ready to install but I'm declining it until I learn why they pulled it.
Now I wonder why they pulled it. I'd have loved to have read the support notes about it.
StuartMWWho Is John Galt?Premium
|reply to Dustyn |
said by Dustyn:I got the WinXP one, via Windows Update, before they pulled the lot. Never showed up for Win7.
I wonder if they slipped through Windows Update during the brief time they were available...
I wonder if there were issues with the updates or they just couldn't figure out how to post them (probably only a skeleton staff on 12/31).
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I noticed this evening that the update is now in the Declined list on a WSUS server and the update no longer shows as installed when I look in the "Installed Updates" list on a 2008 Server box and some Win 7 machines that I know accepted and installed the update. It does show in the update history though on all the machines I know it installed on. I guess they reversed it in WSUS and told it to uninstall and then set the update too declined.
I could allow it again but it says removal is not allowed so I don't plan on allowing it.
This update was a weird one.
I wonder if it had anything to do with KB2794220?
They only have a temp fix for that one at this time. The real fix is to use a 3rd party browser I think!