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CPSECPEP017S update question?

CPSECPEP017S update question?

CPSECPEP017S update question?

Hello All,
I have a customer that wants to do an SEC update with the latest CPSECPEP017S. Along with it they want to do a Microsoft MS14-068 Kerberos patch. I have a couple of questions here. First of all, this is a multiple site setup. I will be doing most of the sites remotely. I've already done my homework regarding doing the SEC remotely and it is supported.

The first question I have is:

I will not know the patch levels of each of these servers until I access them remotely. So I will not know what SU is installed until I start this procedure. The question is - Can I put this latest CPSECPEP017S update on a sever that has an older SU then 11? If it is at 10, 9 or even 7 for that matter will that cause a problem? My guess is no but I want to make sure. Whenever I have done these updates in the past I have always brought the server up to the latest SU first. By the way, I am told that all of these servers are at 5.00.41

The 2nd question I have is:

Is anyone familiar with this Microsoft MS14-068 update. I am assuming it should be installed after the CPSECPEP017S, or does it even matter?

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