"Jerry" <Jerry@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have two updates approved to install. I just start getting this error Error
> Code: 0x80244019 Installation Failue on all clients.
<title>Appendix G: Windows Update Agent Result Codes</title>
HTTP 404 - the server cannot find the requested URI (Uniform Resource Identifier).
Are you sure it was an installation error? Looks more like a download error
to me. And if there is not an error with the URL being requested then
something on your connectivity path must be interfering with that request.
Use Fiddler2 or netcap to trace the interface to try to figure out which.
Or, even better, if you have diagnostics in your proxy server, check that
the request that IE issued is the one which is being forwarded.
(E.g. Fiddler might be too close to IE in the connectivity path to be able
to detect such "fiddling". <eg>) Note that Fiddler has provision for the
chaining of itself to another proxy server.
An alternative which would avoid all such uncertainty about the connectivity
would be to do the downloads and installs manually. In that case any
problems installing the updates would be essentially independent of WU,
so you might get more informed help from newsgroups which specialize
in the products involved.
> KB943552 - Outlook
> Junkmail Filter 2003, KB 933460 Security Update for Windows XP, and KB890930
> Windows malicious Software Removal Tool November 2007.
> I use WSUS 2.0 with Levelplatform seisimic monitoring software.
> Issue come just now on this 3 patches I mentioned above.
> I run ISA2004 and
> already allow all internal client to reach update sites as stated here:
> Any ideas?