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For our third party applications and our OSX member computers that use LDAP over SSL (port 636), will they continue to communicate successfully with the domain controllers set to Require Signing? It sounds like they will fail. In that case we'll never be able to set it to Require Signing. Related, I...
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@Alan La Pietra -- Question about GPO's If LDAP Signing Group Polices/GPO's are currently enforcing "Negotiate Signing" for both Domain Controllers and Client/Workstations. The January update would have no impact right? The update would essentially set it in the registry to "Require Signing" but onc...
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Steve, should virtual machines be seeing these updates as available if their hyper-visor is patched? Also, what "category" would these show up under in WSUS?
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@amjadalisial           Yes it will  
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@ChadWst sorry for that!! 2008 x64: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15109 Check windows update catalog here: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Home.aspx Also remember that Extended Support for 2008 R2 SP1 and 2008 SP2, will end on 1/14/2020 Search product lifecycle: h...
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