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    Problems with SSL and RDP

    I've got a problem with two servers, different networks etc, both Windows Server 2008, appears a Windows Update or something has killed access to SSL sites and RDP. Any ideas? I was thinking it's something to do with IE, but one is IE7 and one is IE 8. Any ideas? Not liking the idea of comparing Windows Updates but I think that's whats going to happen.

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    You say killed access...but what do you mean? does it simply not run? does it run but then error?

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    I have had two different servers in two different environments with similar problems. Trying to find which update caused it.

    We can not RDP into the one server at all and both servers which had ssl sites got killed and could not connect to their sql servers.

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