Error details: Code 80072EFE

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Hugh, Nov 16, 2007.

  1. Hugh

    chris page Guest

    Further to this suggestion i cannot get to the microsoft download link,again
    no doubt for the same reason i cannot download the update ,the connection is
    being interrupted.Anyone got any further suggestions
     
    chris page, Apr 24, 2010
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    Prakash kumar, Apr 29, 2010
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  3. Hugh

    dominicd Guest

    You should note that for users whom have no "proxy admin, no domain, no
    nothing" that maleware,trojans,viruses have exploited this flaw as i am
    dealing with this on a clients machine which has been infected with what I
    believe to be the conflicker worm. Furthermore it is funny how Home Premium
    users do not have policy editor installed to them. But with A few mods of the
    registry in the LSA keys all of a sudden Group Policy Modes become enforced
    by worms and trojans. Besides spending days to Sift through the registry to
    look at policy keys their is no other alternative.

    If I am misunderstanding something here please do correct me!
     
    dominicd, Jun 18, 2010
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  4. Don't forgot about femaleware and maleware that doesn't wear trojans... <w>
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Jun 18, 2010
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  5. Hugh

    dominicd Guest

    Your post is both useless and unprofessional for a MS MVP. I Stated that when
    a Vista use contracts a virus/trojan/maleware That the they are exploiting
    issues within the OS. I and that said problems are attacking the entire
    system. Your useless reply of "Don't forgot about female and maleware that
    doesn't wear trojans..." offers no solutions or valid insight into a
    problem of malicious software gaining access to the registry to invoke group
    policy keys with the little addition of a string to mimic the business class
    vista version and invoke group policies of said softwares choosing. What
    windows fails to offer is the policy editors to repair this problem. So "I
    have this trojan whom I cant get rid of because my POLICY is Said that I must
    download Injector.dll from http://a.virus.domain/ every wednesday of the
    week. Not only does it force me to download this Injector.dll it also if
    forcing me to proxy through a website of their choosing which blocks
    Searches, And ALL the sites whom contain any sort of
    antivirus/maleware/update solutions" This is the case with a Clients machine
    which I have gotten and am working on. No policy Editor to correct the
    problems.

    Lastly if you have no Solution and advice or knowledge in this keep your
    spam comments to yourself.
     
    dominicd, Jun 19, 2010
    #25
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    Peter Foldes Guest

    Peter Foldes, Jun 19, 2010
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