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Thomas S.

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  1. You can try to run the standalone setup file as admin. 32 or 64 bit doesn't matter, the file only have to be the same as the office suite. But I am not sure that this solve the problem (no Win 10 here)
  2. NO. From Sep 11, 2019 (look in the top line).
  3. Three new updates. kb4464566 is faulty. Again, Outlook does not start, there is an error message. Uninstallation kb4464566 has helped.
  4. I have randomly freezes of the system short time after startup and a first connect to the network. Often after I used the power switch to shut down, very few times when I used the soft shut down. So I am looking for the older Fix kb2963522 with file Netman.dll version 5.1.2600.6557 in German (if it is language dependent). Can somebody help?
  5. Here is a modified REG, see the comments. I have many non edited keys deleted, so do not use it as install ressource. It is used to switch from v201 to v211, Java program home path is "C:\Programme\Java". I hold the latest under XP working v151 MSI file for deinstallation in the personal program data path. Be carefull, it is all I edit in the registry, may be you need other / more / less key names... Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ######### delete old key ########### ############## EDITED ############## [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\1.8.0_201] #### write new key and subkeys ##### ############## EDITED ############## [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\1.8.0_211] "JavaHome"="C:\\Programme\\Java" "MicroVersion"="0" "RuntimeLib"="C:\\Programme\\Java\\bin\\client\\jvm.dll" ############## EDITED ############## [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\1.8.0_211\MSI] "INSTALLDIR"="C:\\Programme\\Java\\" "JU"="" "OEMUPDATE"="" "FROMVERSION"="NA" "FROMVERSIONFULL"="" ############## EDITED ############## "PRODUCTVERSION"="8.0.2110.12" "EULA"="" "JAVAUPDATE"="1" "AUTOUPDATECHECK"="1" "AUTOUPDATEDELAY"="" ############## EDITED ############## "FullVersion"="1.8.0_211-b12" ## string for software information # [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JreMetrics] ############## EDITED ############## "JreVersion"="1.8.0_211-b12" ## string for software information # [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Installer\Products\4EA42A62D9304AC4784BF2238110150F] ############## EDITED ############## "ProductName"="Java 8 Update 211-b12" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Installer\Products\4EA42A62D9304AC4784BF2238110150F\SourceList] ############## EDITED ############## "PackageName"="jre1.8.0_211.msi" # string for software uninstall information # [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{26A24AE4-039D-4CA4-87B4-2F32180151F0}] ############## EDITED ############## "DisplayVersion"="8.0.2110.12" ############## EDITED ############## "InstallDate"="20190420" ############ NOT EDITED ############ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx YOUR PATH TO LOCAL PROGRAM DATA xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx "InstallSource"="C:\\ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx YOUR PATH TO LOCAL PROGRAM DATA xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx \\Oracle\\Java\\jre1.8.0_151\\" ############## EDITED ############## "DisplayName"="Java 8 Update 211" ## string for software information # [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-18\Products\4EA42A62D9304AC4784BF2238110150F\InstallProperties] ############## EDITED ############## "DisplayVersion"="8.0.2110.12" ############## EDITED ############## "InstallDate"="20190420" ############ NOT EDITED ############ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx YOUR PATH TO LOCAL PROGRAM DATA xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx "InstallSource"="C:\\ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx YOUR PATH TO LOCAL PROGRAM DATA xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx \\Oracle\\Java\\jre1.8.0_151\\" ############## EDITED ############## "DisplayName"="Java 8 Update 211"
  6. I use the german version an had to fix the problem. Office 2010 updates won't run without fix (uninstall or register dll)
  7. Thanks for this information. It saved me from hours of searching the error...
  8. Well, if it is so then here is the solution... @glnz forward all to yourself
  9. https://pypi.org/project/cryptography/ "Cryptography is a package which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers." Eg. it is used in the project "HTTPSProxy" which provide actual TLS protocols to XP. Here the discussion about begins: @heinoganda and I have build versions of the proxy (eg. see my signature). With cryptography > 2.4.2 we get errors in Python 3.4.4 (the latest for XP), the proxy will not run. The original python script of the proxy will be found here: https://prxbx.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=2191&pid=19252#pid19252
  10. Of course not Ok, I understand your plan. That's how I do it, too. OK, I fully understand all of You. Go ahead!
  11. I am very interested in this discussion. But I wonder that you are constantly try to workaround a security-related application just because you want to make a particular version work? It's just too many security risks. I would never use files from foreign sources here. Prefer to get along with cryptography 2.4.2 for a while. Even cryptography, which is maintained by a large number of developers, is described here by the programmers themselves as not harmless, see: https://cryptography.io/en/latest/hazmat/bindings/openssl
  12. No no. I have a - hm - paranoid relationship with the internet I am not in any of this Asocial media like Facebook, don't share much personal data - but I can share many informations (eg here) and I don't use encryption of email very much, only sometimes. On online banking I am using only very strange encryption / software / security equipment like smartcard authentication + pin. So it still depends on the data I give away... And I am informed about the real security issues, trust not the blahblah about Win10 is a safe OS
  13. #1 May be. Let me explain it differently, a little futuristic (only a thought). A large amount of money (the data) is to be kept safely in a different location. 1. "encrypted transport" I hire a totally safe transport company to put the money in their armored vehicle and they drive it to the bank. As long as no one breaks in, that's quite safe, but if it is so, then the money is gone. At the bank, the money can be seen again as normal, to count, it is stored there as money in the safe. 2. the other possibility: "encrypt the money!" I convert the money into another "thing" (a little grey stone?), which is completely worthless to others. Only I know of a way to turn the worthless thing back into the valuable money. Now I can drive it with a normal car to the bank safe, nobody do know about what it is or the value it has... Don't think about stolen this thing, I have a copy of it at home, in my pocket, grandma has one ... And one of the the copies is enough to get it back full... But if I lost the knowledge about the way to turn the worthless thing back... Huh... #2 shure?
  14. #1 Yes (if you are anxious or want to store very personal data there) or you do it as a precaution. #2 No, if the data is encrypted the mega safe connection brings no higher safety for this data.
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