Re: Puzzling Security
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2005 23:25:00 -0500
I can install software, just not install hot fixes. For example, I am
trying to install the GPMC hotfix for Windows 2003. When I run the exe, the
error I get is:
You do not have permission to update Windows 2003. Please contact your
"Jason" <jason.heltne@REMheltne.net> wrote in message
> We have inherited an active directory from another company. On every
> Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 server in their active directory, even if
> are an Administrator, you cannot install Windows hotfixes. The only way
> seem to be able to push updates is by using their Tivoli instance. My
> question is, why would this be? I went through the group policy settings
> and there is notthing that would appear to do this. Does anyone have any
> idea as to what is going on?
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