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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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@Alan La Pietra The KB 968389 link doesn't work. Can you get this link corrected or point us to the correct verbiage? This is causing quite a bit of confusion of us as well. -Chad
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