Re: SUS server unable to synchronize with Microsoft servers

From: Security (security_at_GDWNET.COM)
Date: 09/18/04

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    Just confirmed that if you take SUS to version 1.0.3630.2552 the problem
    goes away. Must be a change in the way the EULA is formatted or
    something.....

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    Gary Williams
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    From: Joe Dance [mailto:dancejoe@MOORE.SC.EDU] 
    Sent: 15 September 2004 15:28
    To: NTBUGTRAQ@LISTSERV.NTBUGTRAQ.COM
    Subject: SUS server unable to synchronize with Microsoft servers[MESSAGE
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    The SUS synch log contains the usual sections, "Updates Added", "Updates
    Removed", "Reissued Updates", and a new section, "Errors".
    Under Errors is the entry, "Failed to write Read This First and End User
    License Agreement files to 'D:\SUS\content\cabs'.  (Error 0x8007000D:
    The data is invalid.)
    The SUS server is configured to try synching three times.  Each time, it
    logged the same error.
    I tried to synch manually twice, and got the same error.
    This SUS server has worked correctly for months.  It has no other
    applications - just Windows 2000 Server, SP4, IIS, and SUS.
    Joe Dance
    University of South Carolina
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