KB832880 (Critical Update) Installation fails

Posted on 2004-09-26
Last Modified: 2011-04-05
Hi,  I hope someone can help.
Brand new install of 2003 SBS.  No errors during install.  Cannot access company intranet web site that sbs usually just sets up easily.  Figured I would do all updates and then look into it.  Found this update and it will not install.  Neither will the Security update 819696 install.  Have done a few cold boots to try to resolve, no help.  

The KB832880 is supposed to fix the below problem.
“Installation of intranet component and browsing to http://companyweb fail in Windows Small Business Server 2003.”

Anyone run into this before?
Question by:4rg
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NJComputerNetworks earned 500 total points
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Please see this link for additional information about this issue:

To verify that this isn't a DNS problem try to connect using the IP address of the server:  HTTP://xx.xx.xx.xx

Thank you,

Joe Poandl MCSE


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ID: 12363970
I get the same error.

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by:Alvin Petitt
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Uh, am I missing something or does this answer NOT answer the question? I have the same problem of the critical update KB832880 failing during installation. The URL reference above only takes you to a description of the problem that KB832880 is supposed to fix. I can't get the update to install. It continues to fail during installation with no other information. Can anyone shed some light on what to do next?

Thanks in advance...

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ID: 13628070
Looks like nobody has provided asolution to this one yet.  The key item that we need help on with this is the "FIX" KB832880 fails with a fatal error.  We need a fix for the fix.  Anyone got any ideas how to get through this.  I have a brand new install of SBS 2003 and the companyweb pages do not work and I need to get this part working.  

Thanks in advance,


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SBS 2003 Retail Box, no service packs or R2 in a new ML150 G6 with 4GB RAM, 4x1GB SATA HDD's composing 2xRaid 1 1TB volumes utilizing the motherboard RAID.  BIOS and all firmwares are up to date.

Sharepoint Services installation failed during the SBS 2k3 installation process.  KB832880 fails with a fatal error,

I tried:

Deleting all temporary files from C:\Windows\temp and cleared my temporary Internet files then running the update - no help.

Installing MDAC 2.8 then running the update - no help

Replacing the oledb32.dll file per an archived SBS Diva post found in Googles cache: then running the update - no help

Ran Windows Update and installed Service Pack 2 - setup completed but Companyweb was STILL BROKEN, and the update would not run.

Installed the balance of the Windows Updates (114 of them as of 1-Feb-2011) and tested - NO RESULTS.

Since this was a fresh install I had no data loaded and decided to try the following:

***Changed the system date and time to February of 2003***
Successfully completed setup, dialed date and time back to the present in order to allow MS Update to work.


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