I have several clients reporting issues accessing HTTPS sites after applying MS10-049 to WinXP Pro systems. I have confirmed that removing this update resolves the problem, but I am reluctant to remove the udpate from 200+ machines over several clients.
I have also found that going into IE tools\internet options\advanced and selecting 'restore advanced settings' fixes the problems as well. Can I initiate this 'fix' via group policy or other approach? This would be better than removing a critical update.
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