My MSOCache was corrupt. Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Welcome screen stuck 3 20 7d Dentrix G4 1 17 15d restrict users from ODBC useage 5 14 12d PDC - DC Sync error gregoryw Jan 31, 2006 at10:57AM How about listening to the file accesses using SysInternals' FileMon? By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. http://discusswire.com/windows-update/windows-update-standalone-installer-the-update-is-not-applicable-to-your-computer.html
Cacatua, Oct 18, 2004 #4 Joe Guest The answers people are giving just sound so generic and uneducated. I looked in C:\WINNT\Windows Update.log and found the relevent entry, which listed error 0x8007F004 and referred me to "...iuhist.xml for details...". Ask Question Free Guide: Managing storage for virtual environments Complete a brief survey to get a complimentary 70-page whitepaper featuring the best methods and solutions for your virtual environment, as well Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/958051
R you from NJ? 105 pointsBadges: report Technochic May 27, 2008 5:26 PM GMT someone help me troubleshoot this site? Any ideas? forgot to ask, Go to Solution 6 Comments LVL 33 Overall: Level 33 Windows Server 2003 7 Active Directory 6 Windows XP 6 Message Active 5 days ago Expert Comment
Once I applied the above all updates installed perfectly. Please enter a reply. Please try again later. I already tried reinstalling IESP1 >(which worked fine), deleting the Windows Update/WUTemp folders and visiting >Windows Update again.
The policy just defines the WSUS Client Side settings such as the server and the port number etc etc. x 53 Private comment: Subscribers only. Submit your e-mail address below. If ten years ago it was still common to see an entire company using just one server, these days that's no longer the case.
When I try normal windows update it simply fails, when I try to install it manually it gives me an error, you do not have permission to install on server 2003 This should give you a good idea of which policy might be inhibiting proper function of WSUS. I looked > in C:\WINNT\Windows > >Update.log and found the relevent entry, which listed > error 0x8007F004 and > >referred me to "...iuhist.xml for details...". The GPO to allow 'non-admins' to install updates is configured and the following was done on the Default Domain Policy....
After trying multiple fixes I found through various resources I came across these steps this morning and the problem is resolved. see this Nothing seems to be helping and I am at a loss. >. > Joe, Oct 18, 2004 #5 DNICE Guest this issue is related to a local/group policy somewhere... I've also tried running NTFileMon while running the installation (running it manually after downloading one of the patches), and it doesn't come up with any permissions errors, so it certainly doesn't So, I tried downloading the patches manually and applying them, but got the error "You do not have permission to update Windows 2000.
However, >iuhist.xml didn't >>> tell me much more -- just that it had actually failed >while trying to install >>> the cummulative ie patch from MS04-038. >>> >>> So, I tried navigate here Someone mentioned that this might be a bug with windows / the patches, does anyone know if this is true or if there is a likely fix coming out any time English: This information is only available to subscribers. You are logging in with the domain\administrator account you say, I guess I am still not clear as to whether you mean this is an account actually named "administrator" or if
We'll email you when relevant content is added and updated. However, > iuhist.xml didn't > >tell me much more -- just that it had actually failed > while trying to install > >the cummulative ie patch from MS04-038. > > > We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. http://discusswire.com/windows-update/windows-update-error-code-80072efd-windows-update-encountered-unknown-error.html Subscribe to Channel 9 Follow us @ch9 Feedback English Privacy Statement Terms of Service Code of Conduct Contact Us Global IT links Monday, July 25, 2011 Windows update Error 0x8007f004
I already tried reinstalling IESP1 >(which worked fine), deleting the Windows Update/WUTemp folders and visiting >Windows Update again. or what I can > >do to try and install these patches? Advertisements Latest Threads Weather trend this winter from Met Office bootneck02 posted Nov 1, 2016 at 6:34 PM Alienware 13 (2016) Becky posted Nov 1, 2016 at 5:35 PM WCG Stats
Keith Langmead, Nov 22, 2004 #10 kingloose Guest All this issue comes from Default Policy. Following Follow Service packs Hello, I am having an issue installing updates on my Backup Domaincontroller, it's running windows server 2003 and I get an error in the event viewer as The way to check, navigate to local policy on affected computer user rights assignment, you will see that you your affective policy is the default policy that comes from DOMAIN and Restore files and directories 4.
However, iuhist.xml didn't > tell me much more -- just that it had actually failed while trying to install > the cummulative ie patch from MS04-038. > > So, I tried Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We After cleaning the system with Kasperskys TDSSKiller the errors where gone. this contact form Following Follow Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Thanks!
Please contact your >>> system administrator." However, I am currently logged >into Windows 2000 as a >>> user who is in the Administrators group. >>> >>> Does anybody have any idea Hello and welcome to PC Review. if u havent... >add and will function. > > >Cacatua > > >Zeveck <> wrote in message news:<17C36D6A-2AC5-4100-882D- >... >> When I tried to install Microsoft's latest patches (MS04-029 through >> However, >iuhist.xml didn't >>> tell me much more -- just that it had actually failed >while trying to install >>> the cummulative ie patch from MS04-038. >>> >>> So, I tried
If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. I already tried >reinstalling IESP1 >>> (which worked fine), deleting the Windows Update/WUTemp >folders and visiting >>> Windows Update again. However, iuhist.xml didn't >tell me much more -- just that it had actually failed while trying to install >the cummulative ie patch from MS04-038. > >So, I tried downloading the patches Please contact your > system administrator." However, I am currently logged into Windows 2000 as a > user who is in the Administrators group. > > Does anybody have any idea
However I did make some administrator additions to the domain policy with no effect on this server being able to update. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Even with 5 minutes per server (to check the logs and other parameters), it may take an hour to make sure that everything is ok and no "red lights" are blinking