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  • WSUS : Troubleshoot 0x80070005

    Hi all,
    My first post....

    Recently i had deployed WSUS 3.0 SP1 at clients Server.
    They were running one windows 2003 server (std) which was running just sharepoint services so we deployed WSUS on this server.
    installation went on perfectly no dramas.. client and other server are getting updates no dramas there as well...
    However when i logon with domain crendtial on this WSUS sever and running MBSA 2.1 give error . security update ...0x80070005
    So i went to look into %windir%windowsupdate.log
    and found the following

    -- START -- COMAPI: Search [ClientId = MBSA]
    2009-01-24 19:53:35:058 5808 988 COMAPI ---------
    2009-01-24 19:53:35:089 5808 988 COMAPI WARNING: Unable to listen to self-update/shutdown event (hr=0X80070005)
    2009-01-24 19:53:35:089 5808 988 COMAPI WARNING: Unable to establish connection to the service. (hr=80070005)
    2009-01-24 19:53:35:089 5808 988 COMAPI - WARNING: Exit code = 0x80070005
    2009-01-24 19:53:35:089 5808 988 COMAPI ---------
    2009-01-24 19:53:35:089 5808 988 COMAPI -- END -- COMAPI: Search [ClientId = <NULL>]

    now if i login with local admin crendtials..
    MBSA dont find any errors...

    I have checked DCOM permissions, Local security policies
    cannt find any directions to resolve this..
    does anyone come across such problem... ????

  • #2
    Re: WSUS : Troubleshoot 0x80070005

    0x80070005 is generally for permissions issues, which would hold up also with it working fine when you log on as local admin.
    What rights does your domain user have?
    cheers
    Andy

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    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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    • #3
      Re: WSUS : Troubleshoot 0x80070005

      domain users can log on locally on this server.
      They are part of local users..
      nothing fancy ..

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      • #4
        Re: WSUS : Troubleshoot 0x80070005

        ahhh.. i think i have tried everything in my hands..
        too anoyed at this error..
        now im thinking of involving MS into it..
        will post if come across any solutions..

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        • #5
          Re: WSUS : Troubleshoot 0x80070005

          You run the MBSA and get an error about not having enough permissions to run it. I can't find a link yet with the required permissions but as it stands why would a non admin need to run the tool?
          cheers
          Andy

          Please read this before you post:


          Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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