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Someone pointed me to this... should I worry about this?
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by:David Atkin
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Have you forgotten a link or attachment?
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by:John Hurst
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Based on your post, there is nothing to worry about. What are you concerned about and how may we assist?
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by:Josh Aldana
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Please include the link or a copy of the message you got.
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by:Xetroximyn
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lol - sorry - was running out the door as I posted this and missed the attachment... here is the screenshot
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by:John Hurst
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Pick a time frame (say 10 minutes) and monitor. Do you get a lot of errors in 10 minutes? If not and if just general Windows Event error reporting, it may be nothing to be worried about.

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looks like app (Outlook, logMeIn) crashing and Windows Update services (WSUS) is not unable to update successfully. Has to check if there is a recent update done and thereafter the event starts rolling into the reporting list.

You will see the event log on Event ID 1001 (form WER) stating Fault bucket , type 0,  Event Name: WindowsUpdateFailure3 as per what you shared in the log received. May want to try restarting the "Windows Update" services e.g.  http://www.gunnalag.com/2016/04/11/resolving-windows-updates-download-and-install-errors-on-windows-10/

Hopefully it is not bad update recently causing this or even a malware trying to stop update service. Good to check the latest update done successfully and also do a diligence check on AV scan report if there are any sights of detection.
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