RE: KB954606 security update failed

I have had the same problem, the cause I think was that I removed all the
built-in Windows logins from SQL server, so only 'sa' login had permissions.
After I put back my Administrator login and assigned it sysadmin role, the
hotfix installed with no problem.

Best regards.

"inungh" wrote:

I have SQL server 2005 express verions install and get KB954606
security update failed since Sep/2008.

What should I do for this?
Does it mean that my computer has virus or contorled by someone to
stop me do the update?
Should I uninstall SQL server 2005 express and reinstalled?

Your information is great appreciated,


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