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Dean
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      06-09-2005
I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2 workstation
and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on on of
the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:

Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.

The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were attempting
to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP workstation
was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).

Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround beside
manually downloading and installing the failed download?

Thanks,
Dean


 
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Allen McGuire
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      06-09-2005
From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm

0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http status
404 - object not found


Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have other
suggestions with what was provided.

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"Dean" <> wrote in message
news:%...
>I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2
>workstation
> and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on on of
> the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:
>
> Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.
>
> The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were
> attempting
> to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP workstation
> was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).
>
> Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround beside
> manually downloading and installing the failed download?
>
> Thanks,
> Dean
>
>



 
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Torgeir Bakken \(MVP\)
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      06-09-2005
Allen McGuire wrote:

> From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm
>
> 0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http status
> 404 - object not found
>
>
> Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have other
> suggestions with what was provided.
>

Hi,

Some hits at the Microsoft Web site for 0x80244019:

http://www.google.co.uk/search?as_q=...om&safe=images



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Lawrence Garvin
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      06-09-2005
My guess is that the server is configured to "download only approved
content", and that the clients performed a detection and attempted to
download the approved content that has not yet been downloaded by the WSUS
server from Microsoft.

"object not found" likely, in this case, refers to the update bundle.

Typically this error was seen when the selfupdate tree was inaccessible, but
since the specific error message from the WUA is "Download Failed ", that
implies to me that a detection was performed and an attempt to acquire the
update failed.

"Allen McGuire" <> wrote in message
news:%...
> From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm
>
> 0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http status
> 404 - object not found
>
>
> Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have other
> suggestions with what was provided.
>
> --
> A McGuire
> "Dean" <> wrote in message
> news:%...
>>I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2
>>workstation
>> and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on on of
>> the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:
>>
>> Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.
>>
>> The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were
>> attempting
>> to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP
>> workstation
>> was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).
>>
>> Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround beside
>> manually downloading and installing the failed download?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Dean
>>
>>

>
>



 
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Don Cottam [MS]
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      06-10-2005
My first thought is that this is more likely to occur if the self-update
tree hasn't been set up correctly, or if something (URLScan) is blocking
access to *.exe files.

Any content that has been approved by the WSUS admin but has not completed
download won't be offered to the client yet anyway, so that's not (or
shouldn't be) an issue.

--
Don Cottam
Microsoft Corporation
Windows Server Update Services

donco AT microsoft DOT com
(I prefer to communicate through the newsgroup, so please do not email me
unless necessary...but if necessary, don't hesitate to email me. Thx!)

=====================
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
=====================

"Lawrence Garvin" <> wrote in message
news:eNU%...
> My guess is that the server is configured to "download only approved
> content", and that the clients performed a detection and attempted to
> download the approved content that has not yet been downloaded by the WSUS
> server from Microsoft.
>
> "object not found" likely, in this case, refers to the update bundle.
>
> Typically this error was seen when the selfupdate tree was inaccessible,
> but since the specific error message from the WUA is "Download Failed ",
> that implies to me that a detection was performed and an attempt to
> acquire the update failed.
>
> "Allen McGuire" <> wrote in message
> news:%...
>> From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm
>>
>> 0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http status
>> 404 - object not found
>>
>>
>> Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have other
>> suggestions with what was provided.
>>
>> --
>> A McGuire
>> "Dean" <> wrote in message
>> news:%...
>>>I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2
>>>workstation
>>> and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on on
>>> of
>>> the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:
>>>
>>> Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.
>>>
>>> The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were
>>> attempting
>>> to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP
>>> workstation
>>> was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).
>>>
>>> Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround beside
>>> manually downloading and installing the failed download?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dean
>>>
>>>

>>
>>

>
>



 
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Lawrence Garvin
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      06-10-2005
Thinking about this some more.. I agree.

It looks like a URLScan issue (the WSUS Server is running Windows 2000
Server).

I'm understanding your second paragraph to say that if the server has not
completed the download of the content, that the client will not even be able
to detect the availability of the update?

"Don Cottam [MS]" <> wrote in message
news:...
> My first thought is that this is more likely to occur if the self-update
> tree hasn't been set up correctly, or if something (URLScan) is blocking
> access to *.exe files.
>
> Any content that has been approved by the WSUS admin but has not completed
> download won't be offered to the client yet anyway, so that's not (or
> shouldn't be) an issue.
>
> --
> Don Cottam
> Microsoft Corporation
> Windows Server Update Services
>
> donco AT microsoft DOT com
> (I prefer to communicate through the newsgroup, so please do not email me
> unless necessary...but if necessary, don't hesitate to email me. Thx!)
>
> =====================
> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
> rights.
> =====================
>
> "Lawrence Garvin" <> wrote in message
> news:eNU%...
>> My guess is that the server is configured to "download only approved
>> content", and that the clients performed a detection and attempted to
>> download the approved content that has not yet been downloaded by the
>> WSUS server from Microsoft.
>>
>> "object not found" likely, in this case, refers to the update bundle.
>>
>> Typically this error was seen when the selfupdate tree was inaccessible,
>> but since the specific error message from the WUA is "Download Failed ",
>> that implies to me that a detection was performed and an attempt to
>> acquire the update failed.
>>
>> "Allen McGuire" <> wrote in message
>> news:%...
>>> From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm
>>>
>>> 0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http status
>>> 404 - object not found
>>>
>>>
>>> Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have other
>>> suggestions with what was provided.
>>>
>>> --
>>> A McGuire
>>> "Dean" <> wrote in message
>>> news:%...
>>>>I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2
>>>>workstation
>>>> and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on on
>>>> of
>>>> the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:
>>>>
>>>> Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.
>>>>
>>>> The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were
>>>> attempting
>>>> to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP
>>>> workstation
>>>> was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).
>>>>
>>>> Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround beside
>>>> manually downloading and installing the failed download?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Dean
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>>

>
>



 
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Don Cottam [MS]
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      06-10-2005
Correct on the 2nd point. For example, if you approve XP SP2 and it starts
downloading, but while still download an XP SP1 machine runs detection, it
will not be offered XP SP2 even though its been approved. The "give it to
them" switch isn't fully flipped on until the download completes.

--
Don Cottam
Microsoft Corporation
Windows Server Update Services

donco AT microsoft DOT com
(I prefer to communicate through the newsgroup, so please do not email me
unless necessary...but if necessary, don't hesitate to email me. Thx!)

=====================
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
=====================

"Lawrence Garvin" <> wrote in message
news:...
> Thinking about this some more.. I agree.
>
> It looks like a URLScan issue (the WSUS Server is running Windows 2000
> Server).
>
> I'm understanding your second paragraph to say that if the server has not
> completed the download of the content, that the client will not even be
> able to detect the availability of the update?
>
> "Don Cottam [MS]" <> wrote in message
> news:...
>> My first thought is that this is more likely to occur if the self-update
>> tree hasn't been set up correctly, or if something (URLScan) is blocking
>> access to *.exe files.
>>
>> Any content that has been approved by the WSUS admin but has not
>> completed download won't be offered to the client yet anyway, so that's
>> not (or shouldn't be) an issue.
>>
>> --
>> Don Cottam
>> Microsoft Corporation
>> Windows Server Update Services
>>
>> donco AT microsoft DOT com
>> (I prefer to communicate through the newsgroup, so please do not email me
>> unless necessary...but if necessary, don't hesitate to email me. Thx!)
>>
>> =====================
>> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
>> rights.
>> =====================
>>
>> "Lawrence Garvin" <> wrote in message
>> news:eNU%...
>>> My guess is that the server is configured to "download only approved
>>> content", and that the clients performed a detection and attempted to
>>> download the approved content that has not yet been downloaded by the
>>> WSUS server from Microsoft.
>>>
>>> "object not found" likely, in this case, refers to the update bundle.
>>>
>>> Typically this error was seen when the selfupdate tree was inaccessible,
>>> but since the specific error message from the WUA is "Download Failed ",
>>> that implies to me that a detection was performed and an attempt to
>>> acquire the update failed.
>>>
>>> "Allen McGuire" <> wrote in message
>>> news:%...
>>>> From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm
>>>>
>>>> 0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http status
>>>> 404 - object not found
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have other
>>>> suggestions with what was provided.
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> A McGuire
>>>> "Dean" <> wrote in message
>>>> news:%...
>>>>>I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2
>>>>>workstation
>>>>> and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on on
>>>>> of
>>>>> the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:
>>>>>
>>>>> Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.
>>>>>
>>>>> The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were
>>>>> attempting
>>>>> to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP
>>>>> workstation
>>>>> was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).
>>>>>
>>>>> Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround beside
>>>>> manually downloading and installing the failed download?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> Dean
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>>

>
>



 
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Dean
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      06-13-2005
I believe the issue did have to do with the URL scan blocking. I had
changed the urlscan.ini file to remove .exe
from the deny extensions section and made sure that GET, HEAD, POST and
OPTIONS were in the allow verbs section per the deployment guide.

My solution was to uninstall WSUS and run the lockdown tool again but I
unchecked the URL scan checkbox. When I reinstalled WSUS, my clients were
detected and able to download updates.

Thanks for the help.

"Don Cottam [MS]" <> wrote in message
news:...
> Correct on the 2nd point. For example, if you approve XP SP2 and it

starts
> downloading, but while still download an XP SP1 machine runs detection, it
> will not be offered XP SP2 even though its been approved. The "give it to
> them" switch isn't fully flipped on until the download completes.
>
> --
> Don Cottam
> Microsoft Corporation
> Windows Server Update Services
>
> donco AT microsoft DOT com
> (I prefer to communicate through the newsgroup, so please do not email me
> unless necessary...but if necessary, don't hesitate to email me. Thx!)
>
> =====================
> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no

rights.
> =====================
>
> "Lawrence Garvin" <> wrote in message
> news:...
> > Thinking about this some more.. I agree.
> >
> > It looks like a URLScan issue (the WSUS Server is running Windows 2000
> > Server).
> >
> > I'm understanding your second paragraph to say that if the server has

not
> > completed the download of the content, that the client will not even be
> > able to detect the availability of the update?
> >
> > "Don Cottam [MS]" <> wrote in message
> > news:...
> >> My first thought is that this is more likely to occur if the

self-update
> >> tree hasn't been set up correctly, or if something (URLScan) is

blocking
> >> access to *.exe files.
> >>
> >> Any content that has been approved by the WSUS admin but has not
> >> completed download won't be offered to the client yet anyway, so that's
> >> not (or shouldn't be) an issue.
> >>
> >> --
> >> Don Cottam
> >> Microsoft Corporation
> >> Windows Server Update Services
> >>
> >> donco AT microsoft DOT com
> >> (I prefer to communicate through the newsgroup, so please do not email

me
> >> unless necessary...but if necessary, don't hesitate to email me. Thx!)
> >>
> >> =====================
> >> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
> >> rights.
> >> =====================
> >>
> >> "Lawrence Garvin" <> wrote in message
> >> news:eNU%...
> >>> My guess is that the server is configured to "download only approved
> >>> content", and that the clients performed a detection and attempted to
> >>> download the approved content that has not yet been downloaded by the
> >>> WSUS server from Microsoft.
> >>>
> >>> "object not found" likely, in this case, refers to the update bundle.
> >>>
> >>> Typically this error was seen when the selfupdate tree was

inaccessible,
> >>> but since the specific error message from the WUA is "Download Failed

",
> >>> that implies to me that a detection was performed and an attempt to
> >>> acquire the update failed.
> >>>
> >>> "Allen McGuire" <> wrote in message
> >>> news:%...
> >>>> From http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/WU5-ERR.htm
> >>>>
> >>>> 0x80244019 -2145107943 SUS E PT HTTP STATUS NOT FOUND Http

status
> >>>> 404 - object not found
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Maybe that will help someone else debug your issue - I don't have

other
> >>>> suggestions with what was provided.
> >>>>
> >>>> --
> >>>> A McGuire
> >>>> "Dean" <> wrote in message
> >>>> news:%...
> >>>>>I have set 5 windows 2000 pro sp4 workstations, 1 windows XP sp2
> >>>>>workstation
> >>>>> and 1 window 2000 server sp4 to use WSUS and on the 1 server and on

on
> >>>>> of
> >>>>> the XP and 2000 pro workstations, I received the following message:
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Error: Download Failed with a result code of 0x80244019.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> The windows 2000 pro workstation and the Windows 2000 server were
> >>>>> attempting
> >>>>> to download Microsoft Windows Installer 3.1 and the windows XP
> >>>>> workstation
> >>>>> was attempting to download Update for windows XP (KB887742).
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a workaround

beside
> >>>>> manually downloading and installing the failed download?
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Thanks,
> >>>>> Dean
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>

> >
> >

>
>



 
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