ISA-Server not shown in WSUS-Console don't contact WSUS-Server

Discussion in 'Update Services' started by jeutix, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. jeutix

    jeutix Guest


    Our ISA 2004 server don't contact the WSUS-Server to download updates. I ran
    the Client Diagnostic Tool and get this result:

    VerifyWUServerURL() failed with hr=0x80190193

    I thin it has to do with the config of ISA, but I don't know ISA.

    What do I have to do?

    Thanks for help in advance!
    jeutix, Sep 23, 2005
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  2. You will need to create an Access Rule to allow the Local Host access to the
    WSUS server on whatever port the WSUS server runs on.
    Lawrence Garvin, Sep 24, 2005
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  3. jeutix

    jeutix Guest

    Hi Lawrence

    We use ISA only cause of Websense, which is installed on the same server.

    On ISA we have only one rule (Allow AllOutboundTraffic, from All Networks
    (and Local Host) to All Networks (and Local Host) for All Users.

    So, I don't think it's because of a rule, isn't it?

    jeutix, Sep 27, 2005
  4. If you're allowing ALL traffic FROM All Networks TO All Networks FOR All
    then I agree, it seems that it is not likely that it is the ISA server
    causing this issue.

    Which then brings us back to the basic troubleshooting questions.

    The 0x80190193 is:
    0x80190193 - BG E HTTP ERROR 403
    The client does not have sufficient access rights to the requested server

    which is slightly different from
    0x80190191 - BG E HTTP ERROR 401
    The requested resource requires user authentication

    which we generally see when there is an issue with anonymous access issues.

    I'd like to see the output of the CDT when run from a non-admin account on
    the ISA Server.

    You should also try these URLs from IE on the ISA Server while logged in as
    a non-admin account:




    Lawrence Garvin, Sep 27, 2005
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