The "Best Practice" for Group Policy Objects is to create action-specific/process-specific GPOs and name them accordingly -- in other words, the WSUS/WUAgent configuration settings should be in a policy appropriately named That was not a solution I ever would have come up with on my own. failed to spawn COM serv - WSUS Support Forums Jump to content Sign In Register Help Search Advanced Forums Members Calendar Tracker WSUS Support Forums > Site Forums > Archived Forums OK, let me know if any install and we'll go from there. have a peek at these guys
Craig Chris Gouge, on Tue 16th Aug 2005, 08:45 pm, said:One other possibility is that the default DCOM access permissions on the machine have somehow become corrupted. Notebooks may be configured with AUOptions=2, so that the notebook user can have control over *when* content is downloaded to the notebook, as well as when it may be installed. After deleting the key I also stopped the wuauserv service, deleted the Software Distribution folder, and started the wuauserv service again. The Default Domain Policy and the Default Domain Controllers Policy should never be edited.
On a Windows XP SP2 machine: 1) launch "dcomcnfg.exe" 2) navigate to "Component Services\Computers\My Computer" 3) right click on "DCOM Config" and choose "Properties" C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CheckSUR.log Please Note:: if the file is too big to upload to your next post please upload via a service such as Dropbox or One Drive or SendSpace and just provide launch regedit.exe 2. I have been researching and am I correct thinking I need to use a command to execute this action?
I'm the one who expanded the verbage to explicitly reference the exact group name, as well as expand the scenario to make the distinction between non-DC and DC systems. Promoted by Recorded Future Enhance your security with threat intelligence from the web. References Fix for error message after a Windows XP-based computer runs an automatic update 6 Comments Mace hsc5775 May 23, 2012 at 04:37am thx for share Serrano Keith Ford May 23, PRKelly Serrano Keith Ford Feb 2, 2015 at 09:34pm You're welcome PRKELLY.
The tool will now run a diagnostic and hopefully automatically fix the issue on your PC. Windows Update Repair wuauclt handler: failed to spawn COM server" Want to Advertise Here? I have tried the Update Troubleshooting Tool which completes with error 0x80070005 Access Denied. I thought I would have to do this process on the other 200 computers which although a pain,I could handle.
Click Start, click Run, type %windir%, and then press ENTER. 4. What's your take? Rebooted, ran another detection, still that same code! In the folder that opens, locate and rename the SoftwareDistribution folder to SDold. 5.
Obviously then that didn't fix the problem. If you don't have the need for specific default permissions, you can restore the original permissions on the machine by deleting this value (do not delete the entire reg key, just Windows Update 0x80070005 You can reapply the .NET20SP2 after WSUS is installed. More suggestions: Windows 7 SP1 Windows Update stuck checking for updates /windows | Apr 06, 2016 Subscribe or visit the archives MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions
If you don't have the need for specific default permissions, you can restore the original permissions on the machine by deleting this value (do not delete the entire reg key, just More about the author To do this, follow these steps:1.Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then press ENTER. 2.At the command prompt, type net stop Wuauserv, and then press ENTER. 3. If WSUS is installed on a DC . . . I then ran the following commend on the client PC: wuauclt.exe /resetauthorization /detectnow Within five to ten minutes the PC update status was published to the WSUS server.
In particular this error 0x80070005 seems to be an issue after installing the Windows XP SP3 service pack, though I have seen it on Vista machines too. reproducing the same installation issues on a basic installation is much more likely indicative of a defect in the procedures being used to install and configured the server, and not representative Tried another detection, same code. http://devstude.net/windows-update/wsus-certificate-error.php launch regedit.exe 2.
Finally, we changed our IP scope last summer which caused a couple of issues here and then which we resolved straight away. Fix Microsoft Windows Update Issues - "This troubleshooter will detect and solve Windows update issues automatically." Did not resolve issue, but reported an unresolved "error 0x80070005". Can you confirm that you followed the installation instructions exactly as documented in the product documentation?What's different about the new server from the old? (e.g.
Last updated Feb 29, 2016. the Windows Update Agent reads the WinHTTP proxy configuration settings at service startup, so it's not just as simple as running proxycfg -u, but you must also restart the AU/WU service. Rebooted, ran another detection, still that same code!For the machine I installed XPSP3 from scratch to test....joined it to the domain and almost straight away it's finding updates to install and There's a whole litany of posssible issues where upgrading the OS from Win2003 to Win2008.
google search and ms were no help at all. 0 Back to top of the page up there ^ MultiQuote Reply #14 Guest_Guest_* Group: Guests Posted 28 Aug 2005, 19:54 Thanks! When it asks you if you wish to install, please answer yes. That was not a solution I ever would have come up with on my own. I have not manually removed the Windows internal database, I presume it's ok to leave this in place before re-installing WSUS?
I am glad to know that it helped you! If not, the most likely cause is that the DNS Domain Name attribute is not configured in your DHCP Server, or the DNS Server attribute is undefined or incorrect. Note: It could take 15 minutes or more to run.