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Buster Friendly

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Again, an awkward error....

I have an older ProX terminal/panel PC, running on Win7 LTSC...I have to update the security KBs.... but...

How to find the exact package of root certificates? I tried alot, most KBs that the offered while googling didn't work. Either they weren't accepted or already installed.

I installed some root certificates, too, but it didn't work.

Please, when u answer - don't offer "use that tool", I don't want that, I can't work with that.

Some pro any idea?
It would be nicely helpful.
 

Hotrod369

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This powershell command will list all your root certificates. Hope this helps.

Code:
dir Cert:\CurrentUser\AuthRoot
 

Buster Friendly

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This powershell command will list all your root certificates. Hope this helps.

Code:
dir Cert:\CurrentUser\AuthRoot
well, actually no, not really.

It doesn't tell me what certificate is missing.
if it would be that simple, I wouldnt have opened such a thread
 

Hotrod369

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Well, excuse me for trying to help. I won't make that mistake again.
 

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well, actually no, not really.

It doesn't tell me what certificate is missing.
if it would be that simple, I wouldnt have opened such a thread
I didn't understand what you trying to do. Are you trying to use ssl under https?
 

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KB5008263
 

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It's a bug in the security certs in Windows updates. It's a random problem that presents itself when updates aren't installed in he same sequence that they were issued. That KB touches on the problem. Unfortunately Microsoft doesn't have a solution other than installing that KB sometimes helps. You may have to start over and update in the order they were issued.
 

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It's a bug in the security certs in Windows updates. It's a random problem that presents itself when updates aren't installed in he same sequence that they were issued. That KB touches on the problem. Unfortunately Microsoft doesn't have a solution other than installing that KB sometimes helps. You may have to start over and update in the order they were issued.
well, besides there is NO list for Win7 LTSC to look after, that doesnt help at all.
 
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Buster Friendly

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Well... it's NOT solved on that system I work onto.

The KBs are already installed and I have the same error.

MicrosoftRootCertificateAuthority2011.cer => didn't work

:rolleyes: :mad:
 

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System reset. Even Microsoft doesn't have a working solution if that KB doesn't work. The updates should be installed in the order they were issued according to Microsoft.
 

Buster Friendly

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System reset. Even Microsoft doesn't have a working solution if that KB doesn't work. The updates should be installed in the order they were issued according to Microsoft.
a) a System reset is not possible.
b) there is no order and you never can update like this with LTSC machines
c) this won't solve the certificate problem
 

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