Microsoft discontinues rollout Windows 8.1 update to WSUS servers





Microsoft has released the update for Windows 8.1 that released on Tuesday, retired from WSUS servers because some systems problems encountered when connecting to the Windows Server Update Services. Microsoft provides a workaround to.

The problem affects systems that already have the KB 2919355 update made to the latest version of Windows 8.1, which was released Tuesday. The clients stop according to Microsoft scanning WSUS 3.0 or WSUS 3.2 SP2, if the server is SSL TLS 1.2 but not running. HTTPS and TLS 1.2 are not enabled by default in WSUS servers. As a temporary measure, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 8.1 Update KB 2919355 stopped to WSUS servers.

Administrators of Windows Server 2008 R2 servers with WSUS 3.2 can recover the scan function by activating TLS 1.2 or de-activate https. On servers running another OS than Windows Server 2008 R2, run the de-activating https should work around the problem. Once Microsoft has fixed the problem, they would then have to turn. Https again Is not known when Microsoft comes out with an update that eliminates the problem.

WSUS allows administrators to roll out. Windows updates in their organizations Administrators can choose to engage further distribution, the update for Windows 8.1 through Windows Update Catalog or MSDN but Microsoft recommends that you wait for the official update that fixes the problem.

This problem affects not private Windows 8.1 users, who can update just stay inside retrieve .


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