Description of Cumulative Update 4 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

The update that is described in this article was replaced by Cumulative Update 5 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.
Summary
This article describes the issues that are fixed and the functionality that's updated in Cumulative Update 4 (CU4) for Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

Issues that are fixed

Client

  • 3007773 Client communication problem in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager



  • The Winlogon process may close unexpectedly during logon or logoff on Windows Embedded systems that have the Configuration Manager client installed. This causes Stop error c000021a.

Software distribution and application management

  • 3007095 Applications may not be downloaded in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager



  • Removing a user who's assigned to a primary device triggers the removal of all policies that are assigned to that device, even when there are other users assigned.



  • Deleting packages in environments that have many (thousands) of distribution points may take longer than expected and may block other package distribution operations.



  • Pull distribution points may download an earlier version instead of the most recent version of frequently updated packages.




  • When you pre-stage many packages on Pull distribution points and you use a distribution point as the source, the operation may fail. In this situation, errors that resemble the following are recorded in the Ccmexec.log file on the Pull distribution point:

    Failed to get a WriteLock



  • Enabling the Limit to specific maximum transfer rate by hour distribution point property limits package distribution to one every 20 minutes.

Network Access Protection

  • Clients that use Network Access Protection (NAP) may return an inaccurate "Not Compliant" status to the System Health Validator Point. This blocks access to corporate resources. This issue may occur if a required software update was revised but the Effective Date setting of the revision was not updated.

Operating system deployment

  • 2940326 Default logging variables unexpectedly used during task sequence in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager



  • The Create Task Sequence Media Wizard cannot be completed if an application dependency is shared between two or more separate applications.

Administrator Console

  • The Administrator Console returns a SQL error when you delete a collection from a child primary site if there are more than five primary sites in the hierarchy.

Site servers and site systems

  • The Replication Configuration Monitor component fails with an "InvalidOperationException" error when the .NET Connection pool is full. This issue may occur in scenarios where an additional database is hosted on the same instance of SQL Server that contains a site database, and when that additional database cannot be accessed by Configuration Manager. An error sequence that resembles the following appears in the rcmctrl.log file.

    Note These entries are edited for brevity.

    Error: Received unhandled SQL exception, printing info and throwing it again. This will be retried in next cycle.
    Error: Exception message: [The target database, 'TESTDB', is participating in an availability group and is currently not accessible for queries. Either data movement is suspended or the availability replica is not enabled for read access.

    DRS sync started.
    Error: Received unhandled exception, printing info and throwing it again. This will be retried in next cycle.
    Error: System.InvalidOperationException: Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to obtaining a connection from the pool. This may have occurred because all pooled connections were in use and max pool size was reached.



  • 3000794 Upgrade scripts may be unsuccessful when you apply Cumulative Update 3 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager



  • Collections that contain multiple nested dependent collections may not always evaluate. This issue returns inaccurate membership data.



  • Installing a cumulative update on a site unnecessarily copies the whole client installation bundle to any Pull distribution points.



  • Processing of state and status messages is slower than expected following a change in client settings that generates a large volume of messages. For example, this problem may occur when client communication are changed from HTTPS to HTTP.



  • The status of the Reporting Services Point role is set to a Critical (Failed) state in environments that use many role-based access control groups and multiple domains. Errors that resemble the following are logged in the srsrp.log file:

    Failed to set security policy on folder [/path/subfolder]. SMS_SRS_REPORTING_POINT

Mobile devices

  • Trying to enroll a device in a user collection that contains security groups fails with an "access denied" error.



  • Inventory data that's collected from mobile devices and the Windows Intune connector may be for the wrong device if two devices synchronize at the same time.



  • The Exchange Server Connector does not perform a full synchronization when multiple concurrent remote PowerShell connections are active at the same time on the same Exchange Online account.



  • 2990658 Hotfix extends client notification in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager to MDM devices



  • 3002291 Mobile Device Management settings are not applied to cloud-managed users in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

Migration

  • A data migration job may time out when it's run against Configuration Manager 2007 sites that have many sub-collections.

Reporting

  • Viewing a report by using an account in a forest separate from that of the Reporting Services Reporting Point causes a "Logon failure: unknown user name of bad password" error.



  • In environments that have many clients, the "Software 10B - Computers with a specific custom-labeled software title installed" report may take 5–10 minutes to open or to view.

Software updates

  • Software updates that are downloaded or imported to a Central Administration Site (CAS) may have a Downloaded status of No at a child primary site. This issue occurs when locale-specific data is missing for updates.

    After you apply Cumulative Update 4, the following SQL script should be run against the site database of any child primary site that is experiencing this issue:
    //BEGINIF dbo.fnIsPrimary()=1 -- This only applies to primary sitesBEGIN         -- Expect to see result here if the issue existsIF OBJECT_ID(N'tempdb..#CI_to_correct ') IS NOT NULL BEGINDROP TABLE #CI_to_correct END-- Select updates that are in use and exhibiting this issue at the time the script runsselect distinct loc.CI_ID, u.BulletinID, loc.Localesinto #CI_to_correctfrom vsms_softwareupdate u inner join v_CIContents_All cic on u.CI_ID = cic.CI_IDinner join CI_UpdateInfo loc on loc.CI_ID = cic.ContentCI_IDwhere u.IsDeployed = 1 and u.IsContentProvisioned = 0 and (loc.Locales is null or loc.Locales = '')and u.InUse = 1               declare @CI_ID int                 -- apply the correction WHILE (1 = 1) BEGINselect top 1 @CI_ID = CI_ID from #CI_to_correctIF @@rowcount = 0 BREAK         UPDATE CI_UpdateInfo SET Locales = dbo.fnCILocales(CI_ID)WHERE CI_ID = @CI_IDDELETE FROM #CI_to_correct WHERE CI_ID = @CI_ID END    ENDENDGO//

Additional changes that are included in this update

Windows PowerShell

  • 3031717 Windows PowerShell changes in Cumulative Update 4 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

Data replication

  • Added performance optimizations to decrease data replication (DRS) latency in hierarchies with many sites.

Endpoint Protection

  • 2998627 October 2014 anti-malware platform update for Endpoint Protection clients

Operating systems other than Windows

  • The following operating systems are added to the list of supported platforms for software distribution:
    • Mac OSX 10.10

      For more information about the addition of Mac OSX 10.10, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

      3013398 Hotfix adds Mac OS X 10.10 to the Supported Platforms list for System Center Configuration Manager

    • Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 (x64)


Additionally, the following hotfix is still applicable to sites that have Cumulative Update 4 installed:
3020755 Restore fails when the site database uses SQL Server 2014 on a server that is running System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

How to obtain Cumulative Update 4 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

A supported update is available from Microsoft Support. However, this update is intended to correct only the problems that are described in this article. Apply this update only to systems that are experiencing the problems described in this article. This update might receive additional testing. Therefore, if you are not severely affected by these problems, we recommend that you wait for the next service pack that contains this update.

If the update is available for download, there is a "Hotfix download available" section at the top of this Knowledge Base article. If this section does not appear, contact Microsoft Customer Service and Support to obtain the update.

Note If additional issues occur or if any troubleshooting is required, you might have to create a separate service request. The usual support costs will apply to additional support questions and issues that do not qualify for this specific update. For a complete list of Microsoft Customer Service and Support telephone numbers or to create a separate service request, go to the following Microsoft website: Note The "Hotfix download available" form displays the languages for which this update is available. If you do not see your language, it is because an update is not available for that language.

Installation information

Installation information

Restart information

You do not have to restart the computer after you apply this update.

Note We recommend that you close the Configuration Manager Administrator Console and any associated applications such as the Remote Control Viewer or Status Message viewer before you install this update.

You may be prompted to restart the computer that the Administrator Console update is being applied to if the Remote Control Viewer (CmRCViewer.exe) is being used during the update process.

You can avoid restarting by closing the Remote Control Viewer before you install the update, or by adding the REBOOT=ReallySuppress parameter to the update installation properties. Be aware that this parameter is automatically added to packages that are created by the Cumulative Update installation.

Update replacement information

This update replaces Cumulative Update 3 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

How to determine the installation status of this cumulative update

This cumulative update changes the following Configuration Manager version numbers and installation properties.

Site systems
The CULevel value is located under the following registry subkey:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Setup

Note The CULevel value is set to 4 for Cumulative Update 4.

Administrator Console
The version that is displayed in the About System Center Configuration Manager dialog box is 5.0.7958.1501.

Client
The version that is displayed on the General tab of the Configuration Manager Control Panel item or the Client Version field of device properties in the Administrator Console is 5.00.7958.1501.

Endpoint Protection Client
This update changes the anti-malware client version to 4.6.0305.0. You can find the version information by clicking About on the Help menu of the Endpoint Protection client UI.

File information

The English version of this update has the file attributes (or later file attributes) that are listed in the following table. The dates and times for these files are listed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). When you view the file information, it is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone tab in the Date and Time item in Control Panel.
For System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager
File nameFile versionFile sizeDateTimePlatform
Adsource.dll5.0.7958.1501299,17618-Dec-201401:05x64
Affinityagent.dll5.0.7958.1501185,00018-Dec-201401:05x64
Aiupdatesvc.exe5.0.7958.150195,40018-Dec-201401:05x86
Aius.msiNot Applicable2,596,86418-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Appexcnlib.dll5.0.7958.1501153,25618-Dec-201401:05x64
Appprovider.dll5.0.7958.1501252,07218-Dec-201401:05x64
Appv5xhandler.dll5.0.7958.1501396,96818-Dec-201401:05x64
Basesvr.dll5.0.7958.15013,742,88818-Dec-201401:05x64
Ccmcisdk.dll5.0.7958.1501673,96018-Dec-201401:05x64
Ccmdts.dll5.0.7958.15011,083,04818-Dec-201401:05x64
Ccmsetup-sup.cabNot Applicable614,22518-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Ccmsetup.cabNot Applicable9,64718-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Ccmsetup.exe5.0.7958.15011,619,11218-Dec-201401:05x86
Ccmsqlce.dll5.0.7958.1501198,83218-Dec-201401:05x64
Ccmutillib.dll5.0.7958.1501515,76018-Dec-201401:05x64
Certregpoint.dll5.0.7958.150188,23218-Dec-201401:05x86
Cistatestore.dll5.0.7958.1501784,55218-Dec-201401:05x64
Cistore.dll5.0.7958.15011,195,69618-Dec-201401:05x64
Cmrcservice.exe5.0.7958.1501577,71218-Dec-201401:05x64
Colleval.dll5.0.7958.1501104,61618-Dec-201401:05x64
Configmgr2012ac-r2-kb3026739-x64.mspNot Applicable7,618,56018-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Contentaccess.dll5.0.7958.1501655,52818-Dec-201401:05x64
Createtsmediaadm.dll5.0.7958.15012,070,69618-Dec-201401:05x64
Crp.msiNot Applicable3,551,23218-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Dcmagent.dll5.0.7958.1501914,60018-Dec-201401:05x64
Dcmobjectmodel.dll5.0.7958.1501315,56018-Dec-201401:05x86
Ddm.dll5.0.7958.1501271,53618-Dec-201401:05x64
Distmgr.dll5.0.7958.15011,174,70418-Dec-201401:05x64
Dmp.msiNot Applicable4,575,23218-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Dmpuploader.dll5.0.7958.150123,72818-Dec-201401:05x64
Driverinstaller.exe5.0.7958.150119,12018-Dec-201401:05x86
Execmgr.dll5.0.7958.15011,028,27218-Dec-201401:05x64
Hman.dll5.0.7958.1501796,32818-Dec-201401:05x64
Licensemgr.dll5.0.7958.150164,68018-Dec-201401:05x64
Localpolicy.xmlNot Applicable47018-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Lsutilities.dll5.0.7958.1501747,18418-Dec-201401:05x64
Mcs.msiNot Applicable9,646,08018-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.applicationmanagement.macinstaller.dll5.0.7958.150133,96018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.exchangeconnector.dll5.0.7958.150170,31218-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.migrationlibrary.dll5.0.7958.1501145,06418-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.migrationmanager.dll5.0.7958.15011,085,09618-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.azuremanagement.dll5.0.7958.150164,68018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.cloudservicesmanager.dll5.0.7958.1501138,92018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.dmpconnector.connector.dll5.0.7958.150172,36018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.dmpconnector.dataupload.dll5.0.7958.150138,05618-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.dmpconnector.messagedownload.dll5.0.7958.150133,96018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.dmpconnector.usersync.dll5.0.7958.150142,16018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.mobile.proxyengine.common.dll5.0.7958.1501429,22418-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.mobile.proxyengine.deviceprovider.androidprovider.dll5.0.7958.150170,31218-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.mobile.proxyengine.deviceprovider.providercommon.dll5.0.7958.1501147,63218-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.mobile.proxyengine.policyprocessor.dll5.0.7958.1501272,04818-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.replicationconfigurationandmonitoring.dll5.0.7958.1501371,88018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.softwarecatalog.website.portalclasses.dll5.0.7958.1501147,62418-Dec-201401:05x86
Mp.msiNot Applicable9,388,03218-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Patchdownloader.dll5.0.7958.1501114,35218-Dec-201401:05x64
Policypv.dll5.0.7958.1501791,72018-Dec-201401:05x64
Portlweb.msiNot Applicable3,444,73618-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Pulldp.msiNot Applicable8,364,03218-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Pulldpcmgr.dll5.0.7958.1501659,11218-Dec-201401:05x64
Pwragentendpoint.dll5.0.7958.1501661,16818-Dec-201401:05x64
Rdpcoresccm.dll5.0.7958.15012,246,31218-Dec-201401:05x64
Rebootcoord.dll5.0.7958.1501279,20818-Dec-201401:05x64
Report264.rdlNot Applicable50,59618-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Report265.rdlNot Applicable57,80418-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Report423.rdlNot Applicable47,88818-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Report68.rdlNot Applicable46,44118-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Scanagent.dll5.0.7958.1501624,80818-Dec-201401:05x64
Scepinstall.exe4.6.305.026,063,48018-Dec-201401:05x86
Sleepagent.dll5.0.7958.1501267,95218-Dec-201401:05x86
Sleepagentservice.exe5.0.7958.150121,67218-Dec-201401:05x86
Smsappinstall.exe5.0.7958.1501267,43218-Dec-201401:05x64
Smsdp.dll5.0.7958.15013,170,47218-Dec-201401:05x64
Smsprov.dll5.0.7958.150110,274,48018-Dec-201401:05x64
Smspxe.dll5.0.7958.1501533,16818-Dec-201401:05x64
Srsrp.msiNot Applicable4,755,45618-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Srsserver.dll5.0.7958.1501375,97618-Dec-201401:05x86
Statesys.dll5.0.7958.1501112,30418-Dec-201401:05x64
Tokenmgr.dll5.0.7958.1501209,57618-Dec-201401:05x64
Tsagent.dll5.0.7958.1501258,72818-Dec-201401:05x64
Tsbootshell.exe5.0.7958.15012,345,12818-Dec-201401:05x64
Tscore.dll5.0.7958.15012,495,14418-Dec-201401:05x64
Tsmbootstrap.exe5.0.7958.1501535,72818-Dec-201401:05x64
Tsmessaging.dll5.0.7958.15011,147,56018-Dec-201401:05x64
Updatetrustedsites.exe5.0.7958.150145,22418-Dec-201401:05x64
Veprovider.dll5.0.7958.1501303,27218-Dec-201401:05x64
Wakeprxy.msiNot Applicable3,653,63218-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Writefiltergina.dll5.0.7958.1501509,60818-Dec-201401:05x64
Wsyncact.dll5.0.7958.150163,65618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.application.dll5.0.7958.1501649,89618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.appmanfoundation.dll5.0.7958.1501110,24818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.bootimage.dll5.0.7958.1501381,09618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.cloudsubscriptionsignin.dll5.0.7958.150161,60818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.common.dll5.0.7958.15011,695,91218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.controls.dll5.0.7958.1501557,73618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.createdt.dll5.0.7958.15011,191,08018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.dcmcommondialogs.dll5.0.7958.15011,019,56018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.osimage.dll5.0.7958.1501229,03218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.accounts.dll5.0.7958.150127,30418-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.alerts.dll5.0.7958.150146,76018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.appman.dll5.0.7958.1501267,94418-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.appmodel.dll5.0.7958.1501206,51218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.assetintelligence.dll5.0.7958.1501102,06418-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.caltracking.dll5.0.7958.150128,84818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.certificates.dll5.0.7958.150135,50418-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.clientoperations.dll5.0.7958.150132,42418-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.clientsettings.dll5.0.7958.150199,49618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.clientstatus.dll5.0.7958.150124,23218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.collections.dll5.0.7958.1501289,44818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.common.dll5.0.7958.1501104,61618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.content.dll5.0.7958.150197,96018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.databasereplication.dll5.0.7958.150147,79218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.dcm.dll5.0.7958.1501260,26418-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.deployments.dll5.0.7958.1501109,73618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.ep.dll5.0.7958.1501118,95218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.hs.dll5.0.7958.1501837,80818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.migration.dll5.0.7958.1501151,72018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.oob.dll5.0.7958.1501106,16018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.osd.dll5.0.7958.1501438,44018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.provider.dll5.0.7958.150150,85618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.rba.dll5.0.7958.1501138,41618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.reporting.dll5.0.7958.150121,16018-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.sum.dll5.0.7958.1501261,28818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.systemstatus.dll5.0.7958.150171,33618-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.ps.typeadapter.dll5.0.7958.150118,08818-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.srsreporting.dll5.0.7958.1501795,31218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.tasksequencemediawizard.dll5.0.7958.1501457,39218-Dec-201401:05x86
Adminui.uiresources.dll5.0.7958.15018,452,27218-Dec-201401:05x86
Affinityagent.dll5.0.7958.1501147,62418-Dec-201401:05x86
Appexcnlib.dll5.0.7958.1501120,48818-Dec-201401:05x86
Appprovider.dll5.0.7958.1501191,14418-Dec-201401:05x86
Appv5xhandler.dll5.0.7958.1501316,59218-Dec-201401:05x86
Ccmcisdk.dll5.0.7958.1501475,30418-Dec-201401:05x86
Ccmdts.dll5.0.7958.1501800,42418-Dec-201401:05x86
Ccmsetup-sup.cabNot Applicable614,22518-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Ccmsetup.exe5.0.7958.15011,619,11218-Dec-201401:05x86
Ccmsqlce.dll5.0.7958.1501150,18418-Dec-201401:05x86
Ccmutillib.dll5.0.7958.1501401,06418-Dec-201401:05x86
Cistatestore.dll5.0.7958.1501549,03218-Dec-201401:05x86
Cistore.dll5.0.7958.1501804,00818-Dec-201401:05x86
Cmrcservice.exe5.0.7958.1501465,06418-Dec-201401:05x86
Cmrcviewer.exe5.0.7958.1501537,76818-Dec-201401:05x86
Configmgr2012ac-r2-kb3026739-i386.mspNot Applicable6,148,09618-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Configmgr2012adminui-r2-kb3026739-i386.mspNot Applicable12,005,37618-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Connectedconsole.xmlNot Applicable5,138,38918-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Contentaccess.dll5.0.7958.1501518,31218-Dec-201401:05x86
Createtsmediaadm.dll5.0.7958.15011,637,04018-Dec-201401:05x86
Databaseresources.dll5.0.7958.1501191,65618-Dec-201401:05x86
Dcmagent.dll5.0.7958.1501649,38418-Dec-201401:05x86
Dcmobjectmodel.dll5.0.7958.1501315,56018-Dec-201401:05x86
Driverinstaller.exe5.0.7958.150119,11218-Dec-201401:05x86
Execmgr.dll5.0.7958.1501797,35218-Dec-201401:05x86
Localpolicy.xmlNot Applicable47018-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Lsutilities.dll5.0.7958.1501563,36818-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.applicationmanagement.macinstaller.dll5.0.7958.150133,96018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.exe5.0.7958.1501393,38418-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.exe.configNot Applicable7,97618-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.migration.configmgr2012.dll5.0.7958.15011,107,12018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanagement.reporting.dll5.0.7958.1501379,56018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.azuremanagement.dll5.0.7958.150164,68018-Dec-201401:05x86
Microsoft.configurationmanager.cloudservicesmanager.dll5.0.7958.1501138,92018-Dec-201401:05x86
Patchdownloader.dll5.0.7958.150186,18418-Dec-201401:05x86
Pulldp.msiNot Applicable6,471,68018-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Pulldpcmgr.dll5.0.7958.1501529,07218-Dec-201401:05x86
Pwragentendpoint.dll5.0.7958.1501525,48018-Dec-201401:05x86
Rdpcoresccm.dll5.0.7958.15011,939,63218-Dec-201401:05x86
Rebootcoord.dll5.0.7958.1501218,79218-Dec-201401:05x86
Scanagent.dll5.0.7958.1501482,98418-Dec-201401:05x86
Scepinstall.exe4.6.305.026,063,48018-Dec-201401:05x86
Sleepagent.dll5.0.7958.1501267,94418-Dec-201401:05x86
Sleepagentservice.exe5.0.7958.150121,67218-Dec-201401:05x86
Smsappinstall.exe5.0.7958.1501203,43218-Dec-201401:05x86
Smsdp.dll5.0.7958.15012,306,72818-Dec-201401:05x86
Smspxe.dll5.0.7958.1501424,62418-Dec-201401:05x86
Sqmqueries.xmlNot Applicable45,58018-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Srsresources.dll5.0.7958.1501665,76818-Dec-201401:05x86
Tsagent.dll5.0.7958.1501208,04018-Dec-201401:05x86
Tsbootshell.exe5.0.7958.15011,693,86418-Dec-201401:05x86
Tscore.dll5.0.7958.15011,843,37618-Dec-201401:05x86
Tsmbootstrap.exe5.0.7958.1501411,81618-Dec-201401:05x86
Tsmessaging.dll5.0.7958.1501728,23218-Dec-201401:05x86
Updatetrustedsites.exe5.0.7958.150139,59218-Dec-201401:05x86
Veprovider.dll5.0.7958.1501240,81618-Dec-201401:05x86
Wakeprxy.msiNot Applicable2,965,50418-Dec-201401:05Not Applicable
Writefiltergina.dll5.0.7958.1501423,60018-Dec-201401:05x86
References
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