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Peach Issues

Date: Jan 26 2012
Peach Issues

We’ve been made aware of an issue you may be seeing if you are trying to log on to the DEFRA PEACH system. From the PEACH website:

Issue affecting some users.

PEACH users will need to be aware of access issues as a result of a recently applied Microsoft security patch (KB2585542). If anyone encounters the error messages HTTP501 or HTTP505, or Not Supported Method, then they should contact their own I.T. providers to assess the best way of having this patch removed.

For operational reasons it may not however be possible to permanently remove the patch. If that is the case, then the following method should be considered: in the browser, open the Tools menu, select Internet Options and then the Advanced tab. Near the bottom of the list of options is TLS 1.0. Untick this box and restart the browser. (If TLS 1.1 and 1.2 are present these can remain ticked).

Both Microsoft and Defra’s I.T. provider (IBM) are working towards a resolution of this issue. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience that has been caused.”

If you use PEACH and have a contract with Albacore, we can help you work around this problem.  If you don’t have a contract, we’d be happy to look after your IT.  Please contact us for more details.

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