wsus 3.0 sp 2 80244019

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
We're getting client errors trying to get updates from WSUS 3.0 sp 2.  A little history, everything was working normally until someone accidentally uninstalled sp2.  It was re-installed and the default port was changed back to the orignal 8530 port.  Now new clients will not receive updates, we get the error "download failed 0x80244019".  not sure what's going on. any advice would be much appreciated.  to note, we are getting new updates downloaded from microsoft and clientdiag reports everything pass.  Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Question by:WDit
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    I would completely uninstall WSUS and reinstall with a clean configuration.
    Error says that some files where expected and not found.

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