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Hello Experts

I have a server 2008 R2 x64 that perform as domain controller.
I have encountered with a problem that I can't update the server using the "windows update" service.
I get this error "code 8000FFFF windows update encountered an unknown error".

I have a WSUS in my network, but the DC wasn't a part of the pc's that get updates from it.
I then include the DC to the WSUS computer list, but still i get this error.

Please notify that the error is displaying only at the end of the process, it seems that the updates are installed but then I get the error.

Please Help.
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Amitabh Singh earned 2000 total points
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Hi
do the fallowing , its known problem in windows 2008

1) Login to the server as "Administrator"
2) Change permissions to provide full access to C-drive for the user "Network Services"
2) Log off the from the server
3) Log back in as "Administrator"
4) Re-run the Updates
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by:IT_Group1
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Hi  Tech_Eng

are you Referring to state when the DC linked with the WSUS or not ?
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by:Amitabh Singh
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the steps for both , its allow windows update service to download and updates and store in C:
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by:Sandeshdubey
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In windows 2008 by default the trusted installer has the ownership,replace the ownership of the C drive to administrators group.

TrustedInstaller.exe is Windows Module Installer service which is part of Windows Resource Protection.

Windows Resource Protection (WRP) is a technology that restricts access to certain core system files, folders, and registry keys that are part of the Windows Vista installation. WRP prevents files with .dll, .exe, .ocx, and .sys file extensions from being modified or replaced.

Protecting these key resources is important to overall system stability, and, as such, they can only be modified by the Windows Module Installer service (TrustedInstaller.exe). If someone with administrative rights attempts to modify or replace a file that is protected by WRP, he will be presented with the message "Access Denied".

I personally would not recommend to link the DC and critical application server not to link to WSUS server installed it manualy.
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