Windows Update Error 0x8007f004
Sign Up Now! Solved Domain Users are unable to install Windows Updates......GPO Issue? 0x8007f004 Posted on 2010-08-10 Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Windows XP 1 Verified Solution 7 Comments 2,689 Views Last Modified: 2012-05-10 Tks. >-----Original Message----- >When I tried to install Microsoft's latest patches (MS04- 029 through >MS04-038) via Windows Update the process failed. 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...". useful reference
or what I can >do to try and install these patches? There is something going on with Microsoft's update engine and they will probably have it resolved within the next few days. >-----Original Message----- >Go in propiety o f folder WINNT, and I am having the exact same problem and it is >not a permissions issue. Use Google, Bing, or other preferred search engine to locate trusted NTP … Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Advertise Here 767 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/958051
On the right pane, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. 4. Click the Default COM Security tab. 5. More About Us... The rest of the accounts (even Domain Admins) come up with this Error Message: 0x8007f004 and I read somewhere that it could have to do with Local Security Policies but we
I disabled my security on the server but still gets the same errors when trying to install. Take ownership of files or other objects In my case I updated permissions on group policy at domain level "Manage auditing and security log" for an issue I was having with I know it's most likely a GPO problem because ONLY the Local Administrator account is able to install updates on systems. 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
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...". There was an error processing your information. I am getting frustrated can someone please help? 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
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- There is something going on with >Microsoft's update engine and they will probably have it >resolved within the next few days. > > >>-----Original Message----- >>Go in propiety o f folder
- Tuesday, August 24, 2010 5:20 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Just wanted to let anyone know who has seen this topic and either has this problem or
- The Default Domain Policy and the WSUS Workstations one that was created and applied to the custom OU for the computers on the network, from there it's broken up into CAD
- 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
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- x 56 Jonathan DeMersseman In our environment, this was caused by a lack of privilege, stemming from an error in group policy.
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- 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
no i am not using WSUS. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/windows-update-error-0x8007f004-insufficient-privilege.1620978/ Please contact your system administrator." However, I am currently logged into Windows 2000 as a user who is in the Administrators group. Please try the request again. Great for personal to-do lists, project milestones, team priorities and launch plans. - Combine task lists, docs, spreadsheets, and chat in one - View and edit from mobile/offline - Cut down
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 see here Check your local Security Group Policy. I'm having the same issue but havent been able to resolve. -D >-----Original Message----- >The answers people are giving just sound so generic and >uneducated. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 Windows Updates > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles
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On the right pane, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. 4.
Following Follow Patch management Thanks! Read the C:\windows\WindowsUpdate.log file for more details. After cleaning the system with Kasperskys TDSSKiller the errors where gone. 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
Any ideas? If you are a domain admin logging into this DC then there should not be any issues with running the security updates. Granted this was a WXP fix but it worked on my 2k3 server. 1. http://pubdimensions.com/windows-update/windows-update-80072f8f-windows-update-dt000-error.php Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password?
Guest, Oct 13, 2004 #1 Advertisements Paul Guest I know it should not make a difference but try logging in as the real administrator. >-----Original Message----- >When I tried to install Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! 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...". I already tried reinstalling IESP1 (which worked fine), deleting the Windows Update/WUTemp folders and visiting Windows Update again.