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i have wsus that reside on terminal services server now in this server i get errore in the event viewer like this "Content file download failed. Reason: The client does not have sufficient access rights to the requested server object.
 Source File: /msdownload/update/v3-19990518/cabpool/powerpnt_1973c036205792e33700b7db2f4cca5cfe4c9db2.cab Destination File: D:\WSUS\WsusContent\B2\1973C036205792E33700B7DB2F4CCA5CFE4C9DB2.CAB."
what this mean and how i fix it?

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Make sure the Network Service account has read permissions for the root of the drive that the wsus content directory resides and full control permissions for the WSUS content directory.
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where i give the premission for the root of the drive in the security tab?beacuse in the sharing tab is d$ share
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Yes make sure either network service or users has read permissions for D$ and network service has full control of the wsus content directory.
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by:buildingit
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ok its done now how i can check if its working good without errore ?
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If the WSUS server is set to download updates only after they have been authorised then just authorise a couple and check the event log after for errors.
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its steel have a problem i think its in sharing the drive i told you when i go to propeties of drive in the tab sharing its share d$ and when i go to premission i get massege "this system has been shared for administrative purposes.the premissions cannot be set what i need to do?
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Don't click on permissions go straight to the security tab and set the permissions for the network service or user account there.
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ok i did it and i did syncronize now and i steell get this errore
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