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Disable SSLv2 on SBS2011

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Hi,
I need to disable SSLv2 on my SBS2011 server - the KB's give a reg key to amend of HKey_Local_Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders \SCHANNEL\Protocols\PCT 1.0\Server however - this path does not exist on my SBS2011 - how do I disable it?
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Andy
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by:Ilya Rubinshteyn
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You have to create the key structure.
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Having looked at the registry again I can see the required path now - must have been asleep when i looked yesterday! I have made the change as per the KB's
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fixed it myself
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Do you have the KB Article you were referring to?  Be good to post for others with the same task
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