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You do not have permissions to update Windows 2003 Server

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I'm currently using Windows 2003 Server Enterprise SP2. I'm trying to install a hot-fix (KB841650) so I can extend my partition using diskpart.exe.  When I try to install WindowsServer2003-KB841650-x86-ENU.EXE it states "You do not have permissions to update Windows Server 2003." I'm currently login as our domain admin account. Do I have to make any changes within the local security policies (GPO)? Thanks
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user rights required for update.exe ;

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888791

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Hi zherom,

You should select multiple solutions and not close the question.
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