Q1 & Q2 - UPDATES FAIL TO INSTALL
1. Open Windows Update by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs,
and then clicking Windows Update.
2. In the left pane, click View update history.
3. Find an update for Windows that has failed to install, and then
double-click the update to view more information.
Updates that have failed to install will display Failed under Status, next
to the update name.
4. In the Windows Update dialog box, next to Error details, review the error
code for the failed update.
5. Either follow the links in the Windows Update dialog box under More
Information or Help and Support to try to fix the problem, and then try
installing updates again by using Windows Update in Control Panel or post
back with the error code so perhaps someone may be able to assist further.
Q3 - Virus scanning recommendations for computers that are running Windows
Server 2003, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista
TaurArian [MVP] 2005-2009 - Update Services
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"Mouse" <Mouse@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I am new to Vista and trying to get my new laptop set up. I ran all the
> windows updates successfully until I installed MS Office Enterprise
> After that Windows Update found several Office updates to install. The
> update failed and the following error message occurs several times in the
> WARNING: GetUserTokenFromSessionId failed with error 800703f0 for session
> I also have these errors at various points in the log
> WARNING: Failed to find updates with error code 8024001F
> WARNING: AU found no suitable session to launch client in
> WARNING: GetPostRebootResults failed, error = 0x80070005
> question 1: how do I tell which updates are failing with these message?
> question 2: Where can I look up what the different error codes mean?
> question 3: Do I need to turn off Norton Antivirus everytime I want to
> Windows update? If so, then I can't set Windows Update to do automatic