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MS10-049 Causing HTTPS Failures

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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jduehmig1Author Commented:
Sorry, this should not have the SQL 2005 tag.  Couldn't find how to remove it after posting the question.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You'd have to 'Request Attention' to remove that zone.  You might want to do that anyway to see if the Moderators have suggestions for better zones for your question.
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jduehmig1Author Commented:
Thanks.  I did request attention at your suggestion.  Hopefully someone will have some thoughts on the original question.  Outside of doing a registry key import, I can't seem to find a way to automate this step.
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Mohamed OsamaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737
so a batch to msiexec  fix.msi /q /norestart should do the trick
needs to be tested first though, as I believe it will reset ALL IE Settings.
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jduehmig1Author Commented:
The client has decided to let the users deal with this manually.  No further work is planned.  Thanks for the suggestion.
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