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Automatic update Just got new system 8 installed a week ago. After installation the first update came. It was to take 3.9 hours to install. After about 3 hours I get this message, System suite8-merge cfg, System suite 8-helper dll could not be checked because of following error (12002) request time out. I hit ok and then next and it starts to redue everything and after about 3 hous it comes up the same problem. Please help. I have a Dell Dimension 2400 series.

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Hi friend

so here is your earror report
I'm running WSUS 3.0, not the beta. These errors are on my WSUS server and
promply show when I run: wsusutil checkhealth

All are source: Windows Server Update
Event IDs in order from older to new, but all appearing in the same second.

13042 - Self-update is not working
13002 - Client computers are installing updates with a higher than 25
percent failure rate. This is not normal.
12002 - The Reporting Web Service is not working.
12032 - The Server Synchronization Web Service is not working.
12022 - The Client Web Service is not working.
12042 - The SimpleAuth Web Service is not working.
12052 - The DSS Authentication Web Service is not working.

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The server is 2003 standard with sp2.

Originally I was not getting clients to show. I tweaked some folder and IIS
permissions and the clients started show up, but none are receiving the
updates. I've read several articles from MS to see if I can access certain
..cab files through IIS and I can from client machines.

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Any ideas or help would be appreciated. Oh, I also installed the 3.0 update
agent and applied the KB927891 afterwards on all machines on the domain

your web serivce is notworking so solve it

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Are you using windows...

some of the windows updates are trojans....that must be you are seein this problem

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