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the Internet ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Ingolfur Arnar StangelandAugust 12, 20100 Share 0 0 See also http://blogs.technet.com/b/instan/archive/2011/09/27/capi2-event-id-11-retake.aspx for further details. Before you start chasing this event - check that you actually have a problem related to it. In essencethis event just means that a caller on the server failed to verify a CRL. By itselfit doesn't mean that the revocation checking failure caused a problem.Whether it does cause a problem is entirely up to the caller. Imagine you work in a bar and call a credit-checking company when someone comes http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/event-error-cap12-error-4107-these-are/0391abe6-3787-4606-bca4-8e66d73c8ddf in and presents their ID to you, there can ultimately be many different causes as to why you can't check the validity of the ID. If thephone line is dead, you obviously won't be able to complete the validity checking of the ID if you suffer from acute amnesia and immediately forget whatever the person on the other end of the line https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/instan/2010/08/12/capi2-event-id-11-errors-on-machines-that-dont-have-access-to-the-internet/ says concerning the verification then you won't be able to do much with it either if the person on the other end of the phone spontaneously loses all vocal ability after you reach themyou won't be able to get back any validation even if your call has gone through. I.e., you've tried to verify the ID but that attempt failed. What you do next is up to you - if the picture on the IDlooks like a match with the person you're talking toand they look old enough to be allowed to buy a drink then you might end up accepting that as good enough.…or you might say "I can't verify you're who you claim to be as I can't verify your ID hasn't been revoked - so I won't serve you". In short; this event simply means something on the lines of: I tried to call the credit-checking company but I was unable to verify it. Somewhere in the event you should however see a more detailed guess that the client makes as to why it was unable to do so (f.x. 800

to an issue with an autoroot update. EVENT # 4364 EVENT LOG Application EVENT TYPE Error OPCODE Info SOURCE Microsoft-Windows-CAPI2 EVENT ID 4107 COMPUTERNAME 7OF9 DATE / TIME 7/11/2010 5:57:17 AM MESSAGE Failed extract of http://blogs.msmvps.com/bradley/2010/09/03/capi2-errors-driving-you-crazy/ third-party root list from auto update cab at: with error: A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or the http://threadposts.org/question/1714153/Solved-CAPI2-Error-Event-IDs-4107-41-and-11.html timestamp in the signed file. That one… the one that refers to A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or Cap12 Error the timestamp in the signed file should be fixed if you follow KB2328240 as long as you keep in mind that that deleting of the certs cache needs to be done on each profile. You might even consider manually removing the certs from C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft\CryptnetUrlCache\Content and C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft\CryptnetUrlCache\MetaData as well as c:\user\username\appdata\locallow\cryptneturlcache and remove the contents of the content and Cap12 Error 41 Metadata folders. Thenbackup and delete the certificates listed under "Certificates" key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\AuthRoot\Certificates When you try to click on that url and look at the cert you get an error message. THIS IS NORMAL. THERE IS NOT A PROBLEM WITH MICROSOFT'S CERT. As I got from the partner group … the explanation when you try to install it or look at it manually is that it's okay if the CTL gives off the error that it's not valid. "This behavior is expected. The reason for this UI error is that the CTL UI expects the signer to contain the Microsoft Trust List Signing EKU. However, the automatic root update mechanism uses a different EKU (Root List Signer) and as part of certificate chain validation, Windows checks for the presence of the Root List Signer EKU in the CTL signer chain. In this case, the chain is valid for the Root List Signer EKU and hence no root update functionality is affected. However, I check with the Dev team of the root update program, ma