If it's to use the standard FTP.exe from the command line, it does not support FTPS. There is a list of free FTP client http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_FTP_clients
If it's like in the KB a bug in the TLS's implentation, then you have to call the support to get a fix. Sorry.. (there; http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/). That way they will make a KB revision.
Did you check this blog?
If it doesn't help, i think you should contact support as Yagmoth555 mentioned.
Hi, KB2888853 fixed the issue in Windows 8 and server 2012 by updating the following components (you can find it in File information on page http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2888853)
For all supported x86-based versions of Windows 8
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For Windows Server 2008R2, kb 2873013 is used to update the components above to latest version , so please install this hotfix and check if it helps.
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it seems this has been raised with MS:
You should add your impact to that discussion, so MS will have visibility of the impact to you (this may help to prioritize work on a fix).
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