Summary

This article lists the hotfixes that are currently available for users who use the HTTP protocol stack (Http.sys) on a computer that is running any of the following operating systems:

Windows Vista
Windows Server 2008
Windows 7
Windows Server 2008 R2

INTRODUCTION

This article lists Microsoft Knowledge Base articles that describe fixes related to the Http.sys file. If you have applications installed that use Http.sys, for example Internet Information Services (IIS), we recommend that you review and install the hotfixes that are described in the "More Information" section. 

More Information

Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2




Knowledge Base Number

Title

Version

Hotfix type and availability

Modified Date

2078804

A "200" HTTP status code is incorrectly logged in the IIS log when a partial content client request succeeds in IIS 7.5 in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2

6.1.7600.20715

Windows 7
Windows Server 2008 R2

19-May-10

981898

A file does not download from an IIS 7.5 server that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2

6.1.7600.20674

Windows 7
Windows Server 2008 R2

20-Mar-10

979543

You cannot open some IIS 7.5-hosted PDF documents by using a Web browser that has the Adobe PDF Reader plug-in enabled

6.1.7600.20671

Windows 7
Windows Server 2008 R2

18-Mar-10

Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008


Knowledge Base Number

Title

Version

Hotfix type and availability

Modified Date

2379016

A computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 stops responding and hangs at the "Applying User Settings" stage of the logon process

6.0.6002.22490

Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008 SP2

17-Sep-10

2412595

HTTP error messages are displayed in English on a client computer when you host a website on a non-English version of a Windows Vista-based or Windows Server 2008-based computer

6.0.6001.22763
6.0.6002.22487

Windows Vista SP1
Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 SP2

14-Sep-10

980368

A update is available that enables certain IIS 7.0 or IIS 7.5 handlers to handle requests whose URLs do not end with a period

6.0.6002.22350

Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008 SP2

26-Feb-10

973917

Description of the update that implements Extended Protection for Authentication in Internet Information Services (IIS)

6.0.6000.17022
6.0.6000.21227
6.0.6001.18428
6.0.6001.22638
6.0.6002.18210
6.0.6002.22343

IIS installed.
Windows Vista SP1
Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 SP2

20-Feb-10

975798

The W3wp.exe process consumes 100% of CPU resources on a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008

6.0.6001.22564
6.0.6002.22268

Windows Vista SP1
Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 SP2

16-Nov-09

970430

Description of the update that implements Extended Protection for Authentication in the HTTP Protocol Stack (http.sys)

6.0.6000.16951
6.0.6000.21154
6.0.6001.18356
6.0.6001.22556
6.0.6002.18136
6.0.6002.22258




Windows Vista
Windows Vista SP1
Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 SP2

3-Nov-09

982666

MS10-040: Vulnerability in Internet Information Services could allow remote code execution

6.0.6001.18428
6.0.6001.22675
6.0.6002.18210
6.0.6002.22388


Windows Vista SP1
Windows Vista SP2
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 SP2

3-Nov-09

962943

FIX: You receive a Stop 0x0000007e error message on a blue screen when the AppPoolCredentials attribute is set to true and you use a domain account as the application pool identity in IIS 7.0

6.0.6001.22375

Windows Vista SP1
Windows Server 2008

12-Feb-09

956594

A Windows-based server running that is IIS does not respond to POST requests that have the "Expect: 100-Continue" header

6.0.6001.22240

Windows Vista SP1
Windows Server 2008

9-Aug-08

939786

An application that is started by a non-administrative user cannot listen to the HTTP traffic of the computer on which the application is running in Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, or Windows XP

6.0.6000.20652

Windows Vista

2-Aug-07


Note These tables are arranged by Modified Date in descending order.


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