Updating windows mobile 2016
SECOND, after running certmgr.msc, I see a few lists of certificates, in which the two certificates that are issue BY my own computer TO my own computer are actually expired. THIRD, which is how I found this excellent website, I am getting two to four AUDIT FAILURES on every reboot, Event 5061, for Cryptographic Operation, and they sometimes mention the same Microsoft Connected Devices Platform. And then I’ve check my certificates, noticed some were outdated, and found your post about how to do it. I have posted about these AUDIT FAILURES in detail at the following thread in technet – please go there to suggest answers:https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/48425e2a-54c2-480d-8957-383415be2381/audit-failures-every-reboot-event-5061-cryptographic-operation-win-10-pro-64bit? Then a video game (BDO) was failing at start: the DRM system couldn’t connect to endpoint. To do it, download ( unpack it and add to the Untrusted Certificates section using this command: If you have the task of regularly updating root certificates in an Internet-isolated Active Directory domain, there is a slightly more complicated scheme for updating local certificate stores on domain joined computers using Group Policies.You can configure root certificate updates on a user computers in the isolated Windows networks in several ways.
To generate an SST file, run this command with the administrator privileges on a computer running Windows 10 and having a direct access to the Internet: As a result, an SST file containing up-to-date list of root certificates will appear in the target directory. This file is a container containing trusted root certificates.
The first way assumes that you regularly manually download and copy to your isolated network a file with root certificates obtained as follows: A number of root certificate files (CRT file format) will appear in the specified network shared folder, including files (authrootstl.cab, disallowedcertstl.cab, disallowedcert.sst, thumbprint.crt).
Then, using Group Policy Preference, you need to change the value of the Root Dir URL parameter in the registry key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\System Certificates\Auth Root\Auto Update.
We encountered a network transmission issue with update KB3189866 published on September 13, 2016, and the quickest way to address this issue was to reissue the update to all Content Delivery Networks.
This new update KB3193494 has the same set of fixes as KB3189866.