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glnz

POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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Dear guinea pigs friends – Now that KB4487085 has disappeared from the list, are all the other updates OK, including Office 2003 and 2007 Compatibility?

Has anyone actually run them without problems?

By the way, most of the Askwoody website is devoted to bad updates from MS (although only for later OSs).  MS has gotten quite bad about testing them.

Many thanks.
 

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Also anyone noticed why WES09 is still listed in updates? I though they "ended support" for it? Or maybe MS just forgot about it?  :P

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5 hours ago, heinoganda said:

It @SD73 was about the error message 0x80072F8A by IE8 at WU/MU.

Possible problem solving:

Under Control Panel, go to Internet Options > Advanced, scroll to Security for the different encryption types SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2. Make a tick in an unused encryption mode like SSL 3.0 and take over, then remove the tick again with encryption type SSL 3.0 and take over again. For encryption type, TLS 1.0 to TLS 1.2 should still be activated. 

:)

I got 0x80072F8A today too. From the experience (not sure whether they are the same error number) before, the problem is from https connection error. Last time I used a https proxy and solved it. This time I tried unchecking "check certificate revocation" setting and it passed too (no proxy, only TLS1.1 and 1.2 enabled). I wonder which one is the ultimate solution to WU|MU error.

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5 hours ago, heinoganda said:

It @SD73 was about the error message 0x80072F8A by IE8 at WU/MU.

Possible problem solving:

Under Control Panel, go to Internet Options > Advanced, scroll to Security for the different encryption types SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2. Make a tick in an unused encryption mode like SSL 3.0 and take over, then remove the tick again with encryption type SSL 3.0 and take over again. For encryption type, TLS 1.0 to TLS 1.2 should still be activated. 

Don't work at all...

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1 hour ago, glnz said:


Dear guinea pigs friends – Now that KB4487085 has disappeared from the list, are all the other updates OK, including Office 2003 and 2007 Compatibility?

Has anyone actually run them without problems?

By the way, most of the Askwoody website is devoted to bad updates from MS (although only for later OSs).  MS has gotten quite bad about testing them.

Many thanks.
 

AFAICS everything is OK, except that one and Office 2010 update KB4462174.

I was also forced to hide KB4486463, but only because MU kept offering it even though it doesn't apply to my single-core VM. AFAIK the update itself is fine although you may need to install it manually with /overwriteoem.

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1 hour ago, luweitest said:

I got 0x80072F8A today too. From the experience (not sure whether they are the same error number) before, the problem is from https connection error. Last time I used a https proxy and solved it. This time I tried unchecking "check certificate revocation" setting and it passed too (no proxy, only TLS1.1 and 1.2 enabled). I wonder which one is the ultimate solution to WU|MU error.

The tick trick worked like a charm for me.  Many thanks to heinoganda for coming up with the solutions!

 

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1 hour ago, glnz said:


Dear guinea pigs friends – Now that KB4487085 has disappeared from the list, are all the other updates OK, including Office 2003 and 2007 Compatibility?

Has anyone actually run them without problems?

By the way, most of the Askwoody website is devoted to bad updates from MS (although only for later OSs).  MS has gotten quite bad about testing them.

Many thanks.
 

Glnz, the only one that gave me a problem was KB447085.  I'm using Office 2003 with all the other updates offered this month and everything works fine.  Dave-H has a more recent version of Office he said got bricked when some of the Office related updates were applied.  

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Yes, KB4462174 stops Office 2010 working as it installs a version of MSO.DLL which isn't XP compatible.
This has been an ongoing problem for several months now with several Office 2010 updates.
References here to the Office 2010 problem are cross-posting with this thread here.
As this thread is specifically for discussing updates to the operating system itself, I suggest any further comments relating to Office 2010 are now made in the other thread.
:)

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3 hours ago, luweitest said:

I got 0x80072F8A today too. From the experience (not sure whether they are the same error number) before, the problem is from https connection error. Last time I used a https proxy and solved it. This time I tried unchecking "check certificate revocation" setting and it passed too (no proxy, only TLS1.1 and 1.2 enabled). I wonder which one is the ultimate solution to WU|MU error.

The error 0x80072F8A in IE8 at WU / MU at @SD73 was not related to HTTPSProxy! If you have this error then run the error solution point by point.

Possible problem solving:

Under Control Panel, go to Internet Options > Advanced, scroll to Security for the different encryption types SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2. Make a tick in an unused encryption mode like SSL 3.0 and take over, then remove the tick again with encryption type SSL 3.0 and take over again. For encryption type, TLS 1.0 to TLS 1.2 should still be activated. 

 

3 hours ago, Thomas S. said:

Don't work at all...

What error message do you get on the PC when you try to call IE8 WU/MU? Does WU/MU work in IE8 when HTTPSProxy is disabled?

Regardless of the error message, I have no problems running WU/MU under IE8 with my setting in the config.ini at HTTPSProxy.

[SSL Pass-Thru]

urs.microsoft.com
c.microsoft.com*
*update.microsoft.com*
*one.microsoft.com*


:)

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Regardless with or without HTTPSProxy the same error.

I have restored a backup from 01/14/2019, wich worked definitly well at this time. But now the same problem.

I found this: uncheck the internet security opton "Auf gesperrte Serverzertifikate prüfen" (Check on locked server certificates) and it suddely works without error.
But this is not necessary on the notebook!?

I now will take a look for an error on my certificate store.
But on the other side: the certifikate is valid, if I look at the chain!

Info: the yellow shield is comming up normal, no problem on this way...

BTW: on both  systems only www.update.microsoft.com for [SSL Pass-Thru] is needed.

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49 minutes ago, Thomas S. said:

BTW: on both  systems only www.update.microsoft.com for [SSL Pass-Thru] is needed.

To compare the entries, I made a search for updates in IE8 under MU
(https://www.update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en).

HTTPSPMU1.jpg

 

2 hours ago, heinoganda said:

[SSL Pass-Thru]

urs.microsoft.com
c.microsoft.com*
*update.microsoft.com*
*one.microsoft.com*

 

HTTPSPMU2.jpg

 

:)

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If you call MU via http there are no such calls.

And it doesn't matter, also httpS works fine without extra pass-thru.

And it solves not the initial problem within IE8 and certificate error...

This MS update is a big mess!

And BTW: I have errors with Office 2010 too - deinstalled 4462174 - but no effect, Office is down...

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4 hours ago, heinoganda said:

What error message do you get on the PC when you try to call IE8 WU/MU?

Do you also receive the error message 0x80072F8A in IE8 at WU/MU?

:)

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On 2/12/2019 at 10:07 PM, heinoganda said:

One possibility is to uninstall an update with ERD Commander 5.0 (bootable medium). If this is not possible, use another bootable medium (eg Kaspersky Notfall CD) in the registry under [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SideBySide\Installations] to see the entries "x86_Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.24558_x-ww_24ed72db" and " x86_policy.1.0.Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.24558_x-ww_32b5093b" delete (make sure that the entries may differ by name something that is the GdiPlus entries with 1.0.6002.24558). Under the folder "%windir%\WinSxS" "\x86_Microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.6002.24558_x-ww_24ed72db" delete (here also names may differ slightly, pay attention to 1.0.6002.24558). Restart and uninstall KB4487085 in Safe Mode. I wish you success!

:)

Well I tried this because I was bored, still hung in the same place. Anyway, I guess it's just broken, waiting for the new HDD now to reinstall onto

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