This update rollup contains all the updates that were included in the previous update rollup. Additionally, this update fixes an Internet Explorer 11 compatibility issue and introduces a new update, which were not previously documented in a Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article.
Issue: 404 error when you use Internet Explorer 11 to access the RWA page
Consider the following scenario:
You enable Remote Web Access (RWA) on a server that is running Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard.
You use Internet Explorer 11 to access "https://domainname/" to log on to the RWA site and then to visit the shared folders page.
You click the Company folder, or you click another folder that contains files.
In this scenario, you receive the following error message:
404 – File or directory not found.
The resource you are looking for might have been removed, has its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Update: The wizard that is used to add certificates no longer adds the FQDN of the server as a subject alternative name in the certificate request
After the update is installed, the Adding a trusted Certificate wizard in Windows Small Business Server 2011 does not add the internal fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the server as a subject alternative name in the certificate request.
The Internet security community is phasing out the usage of intranet names and reserved IP addresses as primary domain names or subject alternative names in SSL certificates. Before the update is installed, the Adding a trusted Certificate wizard adds the internal FQDN of the server ([Server_Name].[AD_Domain_Name]) as a subject alternative name in the certificate request. The certificate request fails if the certificate provider does not accept requests that contain intranet names or reserved IP addresses.
For example, by July 1, 2012, Go Daddy no longer accept new requests, rekeys, or renewals for SSL certificates that contain intranet names or reserved IP addresses and are valid beyond November 1, 2015.
The third-party products that this article discusses are manufactured by companies that are independent of Microsoft. Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, about the performance or reliability of these products.
How to obtain this updateTo obtain this update, go to the following Microsoft websites:
PrerequisitesTo apply this update, you must be running Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard.
Restart requirementYou may have to restart the computer after you apply this update. To avoid restarting the computer, exit all applications before you install this update. This includes the Windows Small Business Server console.
Update replacement informationThis update replaces the following updates:
2555251 Update Rollup 1 for Windows Small Business Server 2011
2660819 Update Rollup 2 for Windows Small Business Server 2011
2729100 Update Rollup 3 for Windows Small Business Server 2011
For more information about software update terminology, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
824684 Description of the standard terminology that is used to describe Microsoft software updates