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To apply the MS14-066 patch or not?

Posted on 2014-11-21
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hi guys

I've been hearing from all over the place to install the MS14-066 patch and that you've then got problems afterwards once you have.

We have two Exchange servers which I have installed it on but i haven't restarted the machines yet for them to become effective.

The servers these are on are Windows 2008 R2 SP1,

I still have some Windows 2003 R2 servers.

Any feedback would be great guys

Thanks
Yashy
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have you looked at the article?
seems they have acknowledged the issue and released a secondary package a couple days ago

MS14-066: Vulnerability in SChannel could allow remote code execution: November 11, 2014
https://support.microsoft.com/kb/2992611
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Hi,

Microsoft pulled it and re-released it along with another, KB3018238, due to reports of TLS and SQL issues. The the original “faulty” version is KB2992611.

This update  (KB2992611) broken one of our customer's OWA but MS only identified issues with SQL.
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Aha okay. I downloaded it only a few days ago, so that's the latest. Thanks guys.
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did you have any issues with the updates in your environment?
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