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SCCM Windows Updates Problem - Invalid certificate signature

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I am having an issue with the latest round of Microsoft patches with one patch in particular.  KB2482017 says Invalid certificate signature when I try to update my patch list.  It is under the "Software updates downloaded from the internet" section.  I saw some postings about running this on XP or 2003 so I ran the console from my Server 2008 machine and I have the same problem.  Anyone know how I can fix this?
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I'm seeing the same problem with the same update. Were you ever able to find a solution?
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My problem just went away yesterday out of the blue.  One thing I found was some people claimed it worked from Windows 2008/Vista and not Windows 2003 but that didnt work for me originally.  Have you scanned for new updates?  I just assume Microsoft did something here.
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Problem went away on its own.
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