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  1. If I receive the message "5 Microsoft Windows updates have been skipped because they are interactive", how do I install these updates on the client computer if the client computer says windows updates are managed by your system administrator? I'm running KSC 10.5.1781 and KES AE256
  2. I upgraded to the latest KSC and KES. Seem to have solved this issue.
  3. Performed all three tasks. Still shows the same error.
  4. https://getsysteminfo.com/report/056eeac7dc0b869074683ceadf326275
  5. I received an error of "Execution time error: [MS-WUSP]: UpdateSync failed. #1198 Assertion "tmCookieMaxSyncUpdatesTime != KLSTD::c_tmInvalidTime" failed Error information: 1198/0 (Assertion "tmCookieMaxSyncUpdatesTime != KLSTD::c_tmInvalidTime" failed), .\wus\srvremotewussrvsrv.cpp, 5114." on the KSC. I'm running KSC 10.4.343 and KES AES256 (mr1) on my machine. How do i fix this?
  6. That didnt work. I deleted the task and deleted the application installation package. I tried to download a new installation package from the database but just get an "error". What next?
  7. Same issue as the original poster... where do I locate and update the bases for the 3rd party program with signature mismatch? Is it located under repositories? I'm using KSC 10.4.343 and KES AES256 mr1.
  8. attached is the task created for adobe patch adobe flash update task.klt
  9. I run windows and 3rd party patch updates through KSC. I created a specific task to install adobe flash player updates. When I run the task, the results return errors in updating. So I am trying to figure out what is causing the error.
  10. I've uploaded a GSI report from one of the clients giving me the error on Adobe flash player update. http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.php?file=95dd7f87c5b0425830a1ac0561935060 Where do I find the information about Adobe Flash Player installation errors in the report? Thanks
  11. I'm using KSC 10.4.343 sf1,a and KES AES256 This is more of a general question.... When installing an application update and the results return: "application completed with error" and "updates installed: 0 out of 3". Where do you go to find specific details on the error generated for the application update? Example is 3rd party application such as Adobe Flash Player. Is there a general rule for determining the root cause of such errors? Thanks in advance!
  12. I've attached the requested policies. If this is not what you are looking for, please give me step by step instructions. Thank you. policy_files.rar
  13. The forum is telling me I do not have permission to upload files of this type. They are .klt extension files.
  14. can you be more specific on the file type? I tried to export the tasks to files and upload them but it doesnt work
  15. The KSC is running on Server 2008 R2 and most of the clients are windows 7 machines. Is there a particular file you want to look at for the network policy? Ive attached screenshots of the current policy I'm also running all three of the tasks you mention
  16. I've been using KSC to update all of my clients for windows updates. However, I'm having trouble getting the task to finish and or getting errors as a result of the update. I'm running KSC 10.2.434 The task never seems to finish and when it does, I get 0 updated results and it ends up in the error report.
  17. The old server will be out of service once the new server is powered up. Am I required to change the Admin server task on the old server before taking it out of service?
  18. So I got a new server today... I was thinking of installing the new KSC10 immediately on the new server and importing the KSC9 db from the old to the new.... What is the recommended procedure for moving the KSC over to the new server? Any tips or tricks?
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