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26th October 2010, 03:27 AM #1
Update problem - builtin\users?!?
I'm having problems with getting my new 2008r2 server to do Windows Updates. It fails with the error 8000ffff. The best I can find on Google is that it is a permissions error and I need to have the builtin\users with read access to the system drive. I do vaguely recall removing this for security reasons when I first set the server up.
Know I know you can use xcacls to fix this but I am unsure as to the syntax or even if this is the best idea. Does anyone have any suggestions or help with using xcacls?
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