Q811114 Update every day Apology

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by cato, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. cato

    cato Guest

    I am sorry to advise to somebody to use an advised MVP script in order to prevent a windows update from repeating itself every day.

    That script does not work. It may write into the register the incriminate hotfix but does not stop automatic update repeat. Even, going into MS official Windowsupdate site for checking critical updates, the scan finds that poor hotfix needed again and again and again.

    Is there anybody at MSFT who knows what is going on with that sick hotfix?

    Or is it a litmus test showing some other problems?

    Please help!
     
    cato, Jan 12, 2004
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    "cato" wrote in message:

    I am sorry to advise to somebody to use an advised MVP script in order to prevent a windows update from
    repeating itself every day.

    That script does not work. It may write into the register the incriminate hotfix but does not stop automatic
    update repeat. Even, going into MS official Windowsupdate site for checking critical updates, the scan finds
    that poor hotfix needed again and again and again.

    Is there anybody at MSFT who knows what is going on with that sick hotfix?

    Or is it a litmus test showing some other problems?

    Please help!
     
    Carey Frisch [MVP], Jan 12, 2004
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  3. cato

    Kari [MSFT] Guest

    A detection fix for this update should be published shortly.
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    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

    I am sorry to advise to somebody to use an advised MVP script in order to
    prevent a windows update from repeating itself every day.

    That script does not work. It may write into the register the incriminate
    hotfix but does not stop automatic update repeat. Even, going into MS
    official Windowsupdate site for checking critical updates, the scan finds
    that poor hotfix needed again and again and again.

    Is there anybody at MSFT who knows what is going on with that sick hotfix?

    Or is it a litmus test showing some other problems?

    Please help!
     
    Kari [MSFT], Jan 12, 2004
    #3
  4. cato

    Kitson Guest

    cato,
    Make sure that the following files are present in " windows\system32\inetsrv" on your system.... httpext.dll & isatq.dll...... if you don't see them there, do a file search and copy them to this folder
    windows\system32\inetsrv\httpext.dll
    (version 6.0.2600.1189 xpsp2.030320-1720) and
    windows\system32\inetsrv\isatq.dll ( version 6.0.2600.1182
    xpsp2.030306-2246)
    Reboot and try Windows Update and see if this doesn't fix you problem.
    Gary
     
    Kitson, Jan 12, 2004
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  5. cato

    cato Guest

    Thanks all for your help.
    Gary, your advice worked! Copied httpext.dll into inetsrv directory (the other dll was there) and miracle, the MS Wupdate site did not want reinstall the same thing again.
    Thanks again,
    Mike
    I am sorry to advise to somebody to use an advised MVP script in order to prevent a windows update from repeating itself every day.

    That script does not work. It may write into the register the incriminate hotfix but does not stop automatic update repeat. Even, going into MS official Windowsupdate site for checking critical updates, the scan finds that poor hotfix needed again and again and again.

    Is there anybody at MSFT who knows what is going on with that sick hotfix?

    Or is it a litmus test showing some other problems?

    Please help!
     
    cato, Jan 14, 2004
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