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The BBC has ordered two new documentaries exec produced by director Steve McQueen.

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Black Power (1×90), for BBC Two, is about the Black Power movement of the 60s and 70s and Subnormal (1×60), for BBC One, examines how black children in the 1960s and 1970s were disproportionately sent to schools for the so-called ‘educationally subnormal’.

Both documentaries, produced by Lammas Park, Rogan Productions and Turbine Studios, feature first hand interviews with key participants in the events, many of whom are telling their stories for the first time.

Black Power is directed by BAFTA-nominated George Amponsah (Hard Stop) and Subnormal by new talent Lyttanya Shannon. Originated from an idea by Steve McQueen while working on Small Axe, McQueen is Executive Producer on both films, alongside James Rogan, Tracey Scoffield and Soleta Rogan.

Black Power examines how the Black Power movement came into being in the late 1960s and fought back against police brutality and racism. It features rare archive of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael’s activities in Britain, as well as footage of leading figures in the movement in the UK, Altheia Jones-LeCointe, Darcus Howe and Roy Sawh.

Examining one of the biggest scandals in the history of British education, Subnormal tells the story of how black parents, teachers and activists banded together to expose the injustice and force the education system to change. It explores the controversial debates on race and intelligence that led to the scandal and the devastating impact it had on the children affected.

Steve McQueen, Executive Producer, says: “Looking at the past is an indication of what we have achieved today. These two documentaries show us of how far we still have to travel for liberty and justice.”

Charlotte Moore, BBC Chief Content Officer, says: “These are important stories from our recent history that still resonate today. Steve McQueen has assembled a talented team of creatives to make these two documentaries that shine a light on the experiences of young black people from the 1960s and 1970s, sharing rare archive and enabling us to hear directly from key individuals, many speaking for the first time.”

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Black Power (working title), a 1×90’ for BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, was commissioned by Charlotte Moore, BBC Chief Content Officer, and Clare Sillery, Head of Commissioning, Documentaries, History and Religion. The Commissioning Editor is Emma Loach. It is produced by Lammas Park, Rogan Productions and Turbine Studios. The Executive Producers are Steve McQueen, James Rogan, Tracey Scoffield and Soleta Rogan; the Senior Producer is Helen Bart; and the Director is George Amponsah.

Subnormal, a 1×60’ for BBC One and BBC iPlayer, was commissioned by Charlotte Moore, BBC Chief Content Officer, and Clare Sillery, Head of Commissioning, Documentaries, History and Religion. The Commissioning Editor is Emma Loach. It is produced by Lammas Park, Rogan Productions and Turbine Studios. The Executive Producers are Steve McQueen, James Rogan, Tracey Scoffield and Soleta Rogan; the Senior Producer is Helen Bart; and the Director is Lyttanya Shannon.

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BBC Studios will distribute the documentaries internationally.

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Visual Studio is primarily designed to be installed on an internet-connected machine, since many components are updated regularly. However, with some extra steps, it's possible to deploy Visual Studio in an environment where a working internet connection is unavailable.

The Visual Studio setup engine installs only content that is trusted. It does this by checking Authenticode signatures of the content being downloaded and verifying that all content is trusted before installing it. This keeps your environment safe from attacks where the download location is compromised. Visual Studio setup therefore requires that several standard Microsoft root and intermediate certificates are installed and up-to- date on a user's machine. If the machine has been kept up to date with Windows Update, signing certificates usually are up to date. If the machine is connected to the internet, during installation Visual Studio may refresh certificates as necessary to verify file signatures. If the machine is offline, the certificates must be refreshed another way.

How to refresh certificates when offline

There are three options for installing or updating certificates in an offline environment.

Option 1 - Manually install certificates from a layout folder

When you create a network layout, the necessary certificates are downloaded to the Certificates folder. You can then manually install the certificates by double-clicking each of the certificate files, and then clicking through the Certificate Manager wizard. If asked for a password, leave it blank.

Update: For Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 Preview 2 or later, you can manually install the certificates by right-clicking each of the certificate files, selecting Install Certificate, and then clicking through the Certificate Manager wizard.

When you create a network layout, the necessary certificates are downloaded to the Certificates folder. You can manually install the certificates by right-clicking each of the certificate files, selecting Install Certificate, and then clicking through the Certificate Manager wizard. If asked for a password, leave it blank.

Option 2 - Distribute trusted root certificates in an enterprise environment

For enterprises with offline machines that do not have the latest root certificates, an administrator can use the instructions on the Configure Trusted Roots and Disallowed Certificates page to update them.

Option 3 - Install certificates as part of a scripted deployment of Visual Studio

If you are scripting the deployment of Visual Studio in an offline environment to client workstations, you should follow these steps:

  1. Copy the Certificate Manager Tool (certmgr.exe) to the installation share (for example, serversharevs2017). Certmgr.exe is not included as part of Windows itself, but is available as part of the Windows SDK.

  2. Create a batch file with the following commands:

    Update: For Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 Preview 2 or later, create the batch file with the following commands:

    Alternatively, create a batch file that uses certutil.exe, which ships with Windows, with the following commands:

  3. Deploy the batch file to the client. This command should be run from an elevated process.

  1. Copy the Certificate Manager Tool (certmgr.exe) to the installation share (for example, serversharevs2019). Certmgr.exe is not included as part of Windows itself, but is available as part of the Windows SDK.

  2. Create a batch file with the following commands:

    Alternatively, create a batch file that uses certutil.exe, which ships with Windows, with the following commands:

  3. Deploy the batch file to the client. This command should be run from an elevated process.

What are the certificates files in the Certificates folder?

The three .P12 files in this folder each contain an intermediate certificate and a root certificate. Most systems that are current with Windows Update have these certificates already installed.

  • ManifestSignCertificates.p12 contains:
    • Intermediate certificate: Microsoft Code Signing PCA 2011
      • Not required. Improves performance in some scenarios if present.
    • Root certificate: Microsoft Root Certificate Authority 2011
      • Required on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 systems that do not have the latest Windows Updates installed.
  • ManifestCounterSignCertificates.p12 contains:
    • Intermediate certificate: Microsoft Time-Stamp PCA 2010
      • Not required. Improves performance in some scenarios if present.
    • Root certificate: Microsoft Root Certificate Authority 2010
      • Required for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 systems that do not have the latest Windows Updates installed.
  • Vs_installer_opc.SignCertificates.p12 contains:
    • Intermediate certificate: Microsoft Code Signing PCA
      • Required for all systems. Note that systems with all updates applied from Windows Update might not have this certificate.
    • Root certificate: Microsoft Root Certificate Authority
      • Required. This certificate ships with systems running Windows 7 or later.

Update: For Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8 Preview 2 or later, the Visual Studio Installer requires only the root certificates to be installed on the system. These certificates are stored in .cer files instead of .p12.

  • ManifestSignCertificates.cer contains:
    • Root certificate: Microsoft Root Certificate Authority 2011
      • Required on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 systems that do not have the latest Windows Updates installed.
  • ManifestCounterSignCertificates.cer contains:
    • Root certificate: Microsoft Root Certificate Authority 2010
      • Required for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 systems that do not have the latest Windows Updates installed.
  • Vs_installer_opc.SignCertificates.cer contains:
    • Root certificate: Microsoft Root Certificate Authority
      • Required. This certificate ships with systems running Windows 7 or later.

The Visual Studio Installer requires only the root certificates to be installed on the system.

Why are the certificates from the Certificates folder not installed automatically?

When a signature is verified in an online environment, Windows APIs are used to download and add the certificates to the system. Verification that the certificate is trusted and allowed via administrative settings occurs during this process. This verification process cannot occur in most offline environments. Installing the certificates manually allows enterprise administrators to ensure the certificates are trusted and meet the security policy of their organization.

Checking if certificates are already installed

One way to check on the installing system is to follow these steps:

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  1. Run mmc.exe.
    a. Click File, and then select Add/Remove Snap-in.
    b. Double-click Certificates, select Computer account, and then click Next.
    c. Select Local computer, click Finish, and then click OK.
    d. Expand Certificates (Local Computer).
    e. Expand Trusted Root Certification Authorities, and then select Certificates.

    • Check this list for the necessary root certificates.

    f. Expand Intermediate Certification Authorities, and then select Certificates.

    • Check this list for the required intermediate certificates.
  2. Click File, and then select Add/Remove Snap-in.
    a. Double-click Certificates, select My user account, click Finish, and then click OK.
    b. Expand Certificates – Current User.
    c. Expand Intermediate Certification Authorities, and then select Certificates.

    • Check this list for the required intermediate certificates.

If the certificates names were not in the Issued To columns, they must be installed. If an intermediate certificate was only in the Current User Intermediate Certificate store, then it is available only to the user that is logged in. You might need to install it for other users.

Install Visual Studio

After you install the certificates, deployment of Visual Studio can proceed by using the instructions from the Deploying from a network installation section of the 'Create a network installation of Visual Studio' page.

Get support

Sometimes, things can go wrong. If your Visual Studio installation fails, see Troubleshoot Visual Studio installation and upgrade issues for step-by-step guidance.

We also offer an installation chat (English only) support option for installation-related issues.

Here are a few more support options:

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  • Report product issues to us via the Report a Problem tool that appears both in the Visual Studio Installer and in the Visual Studio IDE.
  • Suggest a feature, track product issues, and find answers in the Visual Studio Developer Community.
  • Use your GitHub account to talk to us and other Visual Studio developers in the Visual Studio conversation in the Gitter community.

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