1 Reply Latest reply on May 7, 2015 12:22 PM by m_vargas

    Adobe Flash Internal Update Server error 12175

    schrdp28

      Hello,

       

      I am trying to configure an internal adobe update server.   Some of workstations are on a domain, others are not.   Will this work for non domain workstations?

      On a domain workstation here is my mms.cfg    server name has been changed in this doc.

       

      AutoUpdateDisable=0

      SilentAutoUpdateEnable=1

      SilentAutoUpdateVerboseLogging=1

      SilentAutoUpdateServerDomain=myserver.ad.company.com

       

      Here is my log file

       

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.386 [info] 1628 myserver.ad.company.com

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.386 [info] 1629 myserver.ad.company.com

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.386 [info] 1614

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.386 [info] 1615

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.386 [info] 1618

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.402 [info] 1608

      2015-5-7+13-40-38.402 [info] 1630 /pub/flashplayer/update/current/sau/11/xml/version.xml

      2015-5-7+13-40-45.656 [warning] 1403 12175

      2015-5-7+13-40-45.656 [warning] 1407 183

      2015-5-7+13-40-45.656 [warning] 1408

      2015-5-7+13-40-45.656 [info] 1612

      2015-5-7+13-40-45.671 [info] 1620

       

      This is Win7 on a domain pc running flash 11.8.800.94.    I believe I imported a certificate from the update server to the local workstation.    Any help would be appreciated.

        • 1. Re: Adobe Flash Internal Update Server error 12175
          m_vargas Adobe Employee

          Hi schrdp28,

           

          12175 is actually a Microsoft error.  Where possible we try to capture the Microsoft error to assist in troubleshooting.  12175 translates to:

           

          ERROR_WINHTTP_SECURE_FAILURE

          One or more errors were found in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate sent by the server. To determine what type of error was encountered, check for aWINHTTP_CALLBACK_STATUS_SECURE_FAILURE notification in a status callback function. For more information, see WINHTTP_STATUS_CALLBACK.


          Which essentially means the HTTPS request failed.  Hosting Background Update resources locally requires access to port 80 (HTTP requests), port 443 (HTTPS requests) and a valid SSL certificate for HTTPS access on port 443.  To verify SSL access to your server please attempt to access (via browser) the locally hosted version.xml file using HTTPS from a system that is returning this error.

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          Maria