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Do you also have SSL 2.0 enabled? According to http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2851628 "SSL 2.0 and TLS 1.2 are not compatible with each other in Windows 7 and later operating systems. To use client-side certificates to establish an HTTPS connection over TLS 1.2, you must disable SSL 2.0".


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Sure you can put webservers behind a load-balancer. You can also use GSS (or something like this) to resolve the wpad http address to the "working" one


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How are you receiving Windows Updates? Via. a controlled WSUS server, or directly from Microsoft's Automatic Update service? If it's via WSUS you can remove these updates from the WSUS server, or control the method you are approving updates. If it's from the automatic update service from Microsoft, I think your best bet is hiding the updates in the ...


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I just deleted my switch for network connect of Hyper V and created a new one. Used this post as refer http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/19359-hyper-v-virtual-switch-manager.html


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It won't be able to load the website, that's for sure. Which is why no large sites will move to SNI-hosted HTTPS sites anytime soon. IE6 and IE7 in XP appear to be the largest old browsers that don't support SNI. If you can get a hold of a non-SNI supporting browsers, you can see what happens by going to https://alice.sni.velox.ch/ It also appears to ...



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