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ie7 sp3 iedkcs32 2 minute logon delay problem

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ok in the past i had a 2min logon delay and i fixed it with the following microsoft kb-941158
yes it says 20sec but i have a 2min effect.
now sp3 has gone on im back to 2 min delays and this is because sp3 has put back a file to a older version
c:\windows\system32\iedkcs32.dll version 17.0.6000.16640
now the update 941158 puts on version 17.0.6000.20668 and corrects the problem.
so i rang up microsoft and they said "oh but 94118 is included in sp3"
now in order to investigate the problem i would have to pull out be credit card (lol er no)
well anyway they are right 941158 does come with sp3
but i also noticed that kb947864 also comes with sp3
kb947864 updates iedkcs32.dll to version 17.0.6000.16640
so is sp3 installing 941158 and then 947864 which is overwriting the more up to date file?
can anyone look at their sp3 machines and comfirm that they have 17.0.6000.20668 because 400 of my machines are still on 17.0.6000.16640
i cannot reinstall the kb because sp3 is newer than the fix
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I'm running Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 Beta and i have version 17.0.6000.16608
My other machine runs Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 and has 17.0.6000.16640
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One of my computers is doin a fresh SP3 install at the moment, i'll tell you as soon as its done.
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After a fresh SP3 installation, my version is 17.0.6000.16640, same as for SP2.
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therefore 947864 must of overwritten 941158.
that shouldn't happen as its meant to check the file i think.
anyone else not getting 17.0.6000.20668.
anyone actually getting 17.0.6000.20668
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right after further testing.
i have a laptop with sp2 on it. it did some updates including kb947864 however after checking the iedkcs32.dll file the version was 17.0.6000.20772
this is newer than the kb 941158 that i have been trying to install.
after looking further into what files are replaced for ie7 win xp 32bit sp2 i noticed that there is a iedkcs32.dll version 17.0.6000.16640 and a 17.0.6000.20772. but they are in different folders. the earlier version is in folder SP2GDR and the newer one in SP2QFE. therefore im guessing that SP2GDR is the original file and SP2QFE is the newer one.
so i can completly ignore kb 941158
however all my sp3 machines are only on 17.0.6000.16640 so its as if the kb947864 update in the sp3 update fails and puts back the original file. can you tell if its doing this in a log somewhere?
im testing a sp2 machine installing sp3 after the kb947864 has been installed first. if it goes back to 17.0.6000.16640 then i will know the sp3 is putting back the original rather than updateing it.
anyone else got version 17.0.6000.20772 on a sp3 machine?
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SP installations log in C:\Windows\svcpack.log
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ok sp3 doesnt touch ie7 winxp 32bit iedkcs32.dll
it will however touch ie6 1 prob due to the fact microsoft are not allowed to install ie7 in windows anymore.
so what has prob happened is that an older version of kb947864 has been installed so i need to install the latest version or reinstall ie7
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by:QEDeh
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everything seems hunky dory now.
only have a few machines that wont upgrade to 17.0.6000.20772 but a simple reinstall of either ie7 or kb947864 fixes the problem
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Hey, i answered your exact question, you only wanted to know the version number. What's wrong with my answer becouse you dont accept it?
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i needed clarity on this
so is sp3 installing 941158 and then 947864 which is overwriting the more up to date file?
all you have told me is version numbers so i gave you some points
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The actual question was "can anyone look at their sp3 machines and comfirm that they have 17.0.6000.20668 because 400 of my machines are still on 17.0.6000.16640" but w/e, its only 50 points
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