Step 3 error while updating
Trouble: A friend called me few days back and told me that he is getting “Security Certificate” Warnings while opening web-sites.Mostly when he opens some secure sites like online banking etc. In this post we will talk about the such errors, how they look on different browsers and how to fix them.So, in these cases there is no quick fix but one has to apply any factual knowledge or common sense to see whether it is ok to accept the certificate or not. I had forgotten that I’d been changing the system date for some software trials and hadn’t changed it back.
Thank you again and keep the good work up Be Blessed..Windows Update now recommends the installation of Update for Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 [for x64-based Systems] (KB2720211).It’s a 28 MB download from Microsoft servers if you’re curious.An hour later I found out what the problem was, found this post and fixed it. Thanks for your reason i asked about (There is a problem with this web site Security Certificate) real appreciate the date of my computer was wrong setting peace men wherever you are in whaterver you do one love Thanks I am appreciate your reason. I was really struggling a lot due to this continuously coming errors on each page…. I thought i was going to have to take my computer back because of this error then did just a little searching and came here. 🙂 Oh this is really amazing my girl friend was really in trouble she told me that she is facing some certificate error when opening any website on her PC then i saw that amazing solution and i told her she applied that and after that her pc is perfect she is really thankful to me and i always be thalkful to u. I just spent 3 hours on ms support website chasing my tail trying to figure out why I haven’t been able to log into messenger, and all websites were diplaying this error. This is FABULOUS — just helped my 60-year-old mother figure out how to change her date and time so that her gmail would work again. But I’ve got a question related certificate error message, when it keeps telling you to accept it, although I’ve done it many times. Just don’t have an appropriate certificate for the web-site.When I saw your post, the reason I got was due to the older date on my pc for my problem. They had a power outage yesterday, which caused the date to go back to 2002. So now, do you know if I could change it, that I won’t have to “add an exception” all the time. But I’ve got a question related certificate error message, when it keeps telling you to accept it, although I’ve done it many times. Just don’t have an appropriate certificate for the web-site.
Open Server Manager and remove Web Server (IIS) and Windows Server Update Services roles.