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SECOND, after running certmgr.msc, I see a few lists of certificates, in which the two certificates that are issue BY my own computer TO my own computer are actually expired. THIRD, which is how I found this excellent website, I am getting two to four AUDIT FAILURES on every reboot, Event 5061, for Cryptographic Operation, and they sometimes mention the same Microsoft Connected Devices Platform. And then I’ve check my certificates, noticed some were outdated, and found your post about how to do it. I have posted about these AUDIT FAILURES in detail at the following thread in technet – please go there to suggest answers:https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/48425e2a-54c2-480d-8957-383415be2381/audit-failures-every-reboot-event-5061-cryptographic-operation-win-10-pro-64bit? Then a video game (BDO) was failing at start: the DRM system couldn’t connect to endpoint. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will automatically download and install when it becomes available for your device (your device will be running Windows 10 Version 1607 after it's installed). Installing the most recent update ensures that you also get any previous updates you might have missed, including any important security fixes. It includes the same improvements and fixes from the update listed as November 8, 2016—KB3200970 (OS Build 14393.447) that was published for Windows 10. In the list below, info about the most recent Windows update is listed first.However, it isn’t always possible or applicable due to corporate restrictions.In Windows XP, the utility was used to update computer`s root certificates.My end user devices are behind a firewall that disallows HTTP but they can get to any HTTPS.

In the same way, you can download and install the list of the revoked (disallowed) certificates that have been removed from Root Certificate Program.

If the verified certificate in its certification chain refers to the root CA that participates in this program, the system will automatically download this root certificate from the Windows Update servers and add it to the trusted ones.

Windows requests a trusted root certificate lists (CTL) renewal once a week.

All Windows versions has a built-in feature for automatically updating root certificates from the Microsoft websites.

As part of the Microsoft Trusted Root Certificate Program, MSFT maintains and publishes a list of certificates for Windows clients and devices in its online repository.

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