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WSUS CLIENT DIAG GETTING THIS ERROR: VerifyWUServerURL() failed with hr=0x800710dd

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I had a working wsus server with 50 clients showing from my domain. After 3 weeks my wsus server stop working I then removed and reinstalled WSUS on my win 2003 server. Since then I cannot get any of my domain wsus clients to show up in the wsus admin console. I ran the wsus client diag tool and get the following messages:
VerifyWUServerURL() failed with hr=0x800710dd
The operation identifier is not valid."

Can anyone help me.
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You should verify your settings....IIS may have been altered could be one reason




http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708545%28WS.10%29.aspx
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1) Globally run the wuauclt /resetauthorization (on each PC)

You can do this by hand, you can run it remotely as part of a logon/logoff script, or via PSexec.
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I have ran the /resetauthorization before but that did not work
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Resetauthorization only resets the susclientid and does not resolve misconfigurations as the error indicates
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by:mpearson99
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I when thru the rights and permission on folders and regustry entries are correct and verified that all files and folders are in the correct location. Did I overlook anything
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Hi try this add IUSR_MachineName to users group and restart the IIS.
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And also

Check in the IIS Manager, if the Windows Integrated  Authentication is enabled on  the "SimpleAuthWebService",  "Content", "ClientWebService", "ReportingWebService" and the  "SelfUpdate" folders.
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Windows Integrated Authentication should only be enabled on "WSUSAdmin" Per the article I previously posted.



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Do you have "NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users"   in the security filtering of your WSUS GPO?



 http://www.eggheadcafe.com/forumarchives/windowsserverupdate_services/Aug2005/post23681293.asp
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I wiil take a look at the settings
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I check my Authenticated Users rights on the wsus server and added the IUSR_Machinename to the user groups but still failing tst. By the why what does the error  "VerifyWUServerURL() failed with hr=0x800710dd"
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