Updating the Underlying Windows Update Infrastructure. Microsoft issued a servicing stack update and SHA-2 code signing support update on 12 March 2019 to modify the underlying components that underpin the Windows Update software. This allows newer Windows updates to be digitally signed using SHA-2 hashes (a type of security measure). Windows Update requires SHA-2 code signing support KB4474419. Is the WHS2011 capable of SHA-2 authentication? How about the Servicing Stack – is it up to date. (For Win7 you need KB4490628 and KB4516655 or one that supersedes it) For KB4535102, click on the “Title” link, then under “More Information” in the box that pops up. The MS ...

Windows Update could not find any cryptographic value and rejects the update. There was something SHA-2 signing? I had it mentioned in the blog post Symantec/Norton blocks Windows Updates (SHA-2). Microsoft changed the signing of update packages for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008/R2 for the first time in August 2019. Apr 17, 2018 · You can check the thread I started, Windows Update Alert.In there you can see my issue and following steps I took to fix it. Regarding the 25+ time I had to restart and check for update and restart, it may be pertinent only to my particular computer set up and poor skills.