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Not a full answer, but have found enough to determine what is causing the problem. I created a new user account, and when logged on for the first time, it too experienced the same issue with sites not showing in IE, even though the GPO was applied. I found in HKCU InternetSettings\ZoneMap, there is a key called IEHarden (remembered the name back from my ...


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good answer! Worked for me. Ensure you can ping down upstream servers Double check all your settings within the Options within WSUS


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WSUS uses it's own settings. I have used this exact setup on several networks. WSUS pulls from an upstream server, approve the updates you want on your network, Windows Update Service queries WSUS and only downloads/installs those updates you approved.


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The article at https://netflex.nl/automatische-ca-root-updates-op-windows/ suggests that you download the root certificates with rootsupd.exe, available at http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/v3/static/trustedr/en/rootsupd.exe. I'm surprised though that the exe is not signed.Use at your own risk.



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