When you open the checksum file for am-update-22.214.171.124.0 the string inside is a2e1a0d9a4da455fc1437cbeb468fd8c5cf03fc6e9116e12cbc572dbb7491e02.
Use a checksum utility to compare the SHA2 checksum value of the am-update-126.96.36.199.0.zip with the value shown inside the .rtf file.
SHA2 checksum values for the download file can be checked through any SHA2 checksum tools available on the internet.
Both of the SHA2 checksum values should match, which confirms that the .zip file was not corrupted and is exactly as it was posted by RSA; therefore, the .iso installation file inside the .zip is also exactly as RSA made it.
Check whether the proxy settings are enabled
Launch Internet Explorer.
Navigate to Tools > Internet Options.
Click the Connections tab.
Click LAN Settings to see whether any proxy server has been set
Disable the firewall rules
If enabled between the RSA Authentication Manager 8.x server and the Local System from where the patch is uploaded
Disable any IPS or IDS enabled software on the local system
Disable any Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) or Intrusion Detection System (IDS) enabled software on the local system from where the patch is uploaded.
To avoid using web browser upload method, use the other update sources.
For Windows Share or NFS, please provide:
The appropriate path where the patch file is located, and
The administrator credentials to successfully upload the patch on to the RSA Authentication Manager 8.x server.
Launch the RSA Authentication Manager 8.x server's Operations Console.
Navigate to Maintenance > Update & Rollback.
Click on Configure the Update Source.
Select the Update Source to be Windows Share, NFS or DVD.