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WHEN DO I CHECK FOR UPDATE I GET  ERROR CODE 80072EFD  IN WINDOWS SMALL BUSSINES SERVER 2008

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When i check for updates in sbs 2008 I get error 80072efd how ever there is option it say (CHECK ON LINE FOR UPDATE IN WINDOWS  UPDATE) ) whe i click on that it works how ever why doesnt work the other way like before (download the updates and ask me if i want to install it) i doesn't do it anymore i have to actually do it thru (CHECK ON LINE FOR UPDATE IN WINDOWS  UPDATE), i check the policy and it look to good to me, please help thank you.
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by:noxcho
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by:MarioQuin
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I did that but the problem still the same, I add to safe site list .
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Any body has answer to my problem please.
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by:noxcho
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Do you have proxy enabled?
Try these links: http://www.walkernews.net/2009/05/14/how-to-fix-windows-update-error-80072efd-in-vista-sp1/
and http://forums.techarena.in/windows-update/748151.htm
You could possibly found them already but still I would give it a try.
And did you restart the server since first problem notice?
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by:MarioQuin
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I dont have proxy enable, any other idea thank you
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by:MarioQuin
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPOND, HOW EVER I AM  VERY DISSAIPOINTED I FOUND THE ANSWER IN ANOTHER FORUM, AND IT WAS FREE, I WILL  POST IT SOON THAKN YOU
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by:benthomas
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Hi MarioQuin,

I was just able to resolve this by doing the following on one of my 2008 boxes:

removing "WindowsUpdate" key from:

HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate

as this contained references to another server on the network (we don't have WSUS setup)

Restarted the Windows Update server after this and the updates started working.
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by:benthomas
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Sorry that should be Windows Update Service, not server - but either would work I guess.
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by:anadkins
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Thank you Benthomas!!!  I had the same problem and couldn't find the answer anywhere!
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