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Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by the4man, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. the4man

    the4man Guest

    Hi all!

    Today I'm trying to install the latest updates into two production
    machines (W2003 web servers balanced with nlb, full administrator
    permisions). The machines are new, this is their first critical update.
    I've gone to the windows update site, and downloaded the latest
    hotfixes. All seemed to be ok, but after the restart, I went to the
    windows update site again and it still wants that I install the latest
    hotfixes. However, the estimated download is 0 KB, and it says that
    the hotfixes have been already downloaded and are ready to install (the
    exact message is Total: 4 updates , 0 KB , 0 minutes *Downloaded;
    ready to install). I did another restart, but nothing changed.

    What's happening? Is there any way to know if the hotfixes are
    installed or not? The hotfixes are: KB917537, KB914388, KB917159,
    KB890830
     
    the4man, Jul 13, 2006
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  2. the4man

    the4man Guest

    Sorry, I forget the Subject
     
    the4man, Jul 13, 2006
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  3. They are not installed. Visit Windows Update History to check that out.
    917537 is known to have problems. Try shutting down IIS before installing
    917537.

    Other diagnostic methods:

    If C:\WINDOWS\KBnnnnnn.log exists (where nnnnnn is the KB number of the
    update), then post that log.

    Post relevant sections from C:\WINDOWS\WindowsUpdate.log
     
    Robin Walker [MVP], Jul 13, 2006
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  4. the4man

    georgef Guest

    I disabled IIS from "Services" and it did NOT make this stinkin' filthy dirty
    rotten idiot programming loop go away.
     
    georgef, Jul 14, 2006
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  5. I meant you to "Stop" all the web sites and FTP sites in the Administrative
    Tools "Internet Information Services" snap-in. Can you try that?
     
    Robin Walker [MVP], Jul 14, 2006
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