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As we do every month following our public webcast, we have posted the questions and answers (which you can find here) and the recorded webcast below.
This month there were no particular themes that emerged in the questions. They ranged from wanting clarification of what it means when we say something is “public” to questions like “Will applying Enable_SSL_Renegotiate_Workaround.js cause IIS 7 to break SSL VPN connections?” You can find the answers to these and many other questions at the link above.
Earlier today I made a post about a potential issue with MS10-015. We are still investigating this but I wanted to provide some additional clarity on what I mean when I said we stopped offering the update via Windows Update. To be more precise, we basically turned off the Automatic Update system for this bulletin. This means that computers that have our recommended setting to automatically look for, download, and install high priority updates, will not pull this update down. They will still get all the other relevant updates. You can still go to Windows Update and manually select and install the update and you can still obtain the update package from the Download Center.
Please check back here for more updates on this issue as we will post additional information as it becomes available.
Jerry Bryant Sr. Security Communications Manager Lead
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