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Windows Update Error 80072EE2 SOLVED.

Running Windows Update for your Windows 7 computer came up with an error code 80072EE2. A similar result as shown here.

It took a while for me to find the culprit setting in Windows 7 computer. It is the Windows Update server that it's trying to get updates. The Windows Update server source is pointing to the wrong server or website URL address.

Here's how to fix 80072EE2 error.
Using REGEDIT go to HKEY_Local_Machine/Software/Policies/Microsoft/WindowsUpdate, then remove the Windows Update Server entry.
Reboot your computer.

Run Windows Update and this should fix your 80072EE2 error code.

You can also go to Microsoft Knowledge Base 971058 where it will show you how to reset Windows Update components.

I hope this help you folks.

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Outlook Check spelling and grammar tool

Outlook Check spelling and grammar tool

Click the File tab. Under Help, click Options, and then click Mail. Click Spelling and Autocorrect. Under When correcting spelling in Outlook, select or clear the Check spelling as you type, Mark grammar errors as you type, and Check grammar with spelling check boxes.Reference: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/check-spelling-and-grammar-HP010354279.aspx#_Toc289066755

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Troubleshooting guide for Internet Explorer when you access Office 365

When you try to access a secure webpage, you get the following error message:
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage. To work around this issue, follow these steps: Close all active windows in Internet Explorer. Open Internet Explorer. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options. In the Internet Options dialog box, click the Advanced tab. In the Security area of the Settings list, click to select the Use SSL 3.0 and Use TLS 1.0 check boxes. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box. Reference: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2437121
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