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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    The blocker tattoo's the registry. Disabling it isn't sufficient. You need to remove the registry key entirely manually or via a script.

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Ta Geoff - but i think this is seperate from the Blocker..
    WSUS itself is denying me the right to approve IE7 for XP as it says it has expired.
    IE7 for WS03 CAN be approved and has been deployed to my servers - its the XP version thats screwed.

    The IE7 Blocker ADM was a seperate GPO that was applied to my main Computer OU wich contains Servers, Staff PC's and Pupil PCs
    So far only the Servers have recieved IE7..

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    You're probably looking at the wrong update then. Does it indicate if it's been superseded?

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    I'm pretty certain its the right Update- there are no other references to Windows IE7 for Windows XP..
    It's not been superseded - this is what WSUS says about it:

    Quote Originally Posted by WSUS
    The selected update has expired and cannot be approved for installation or detection. It is recommended you decline this update.
    Title: Windows Internet Explorer 7.0 for Windows XP
    Description: This free upgrade to Internet Explorer for genuine Windows customers offers improvements such as: enhanced security to help protect you from malicious software and fraudulent websites; a cleaner look, including tabs for browsing multiple pages in one window; features to make everyday tasks such as printing and searching the web easier. This upgrade preserves your current home page, search settings, favorites, and compatible toolbars, and can be uninstalled if you decide to do so. This update includes Windows Genuine Advantage validation.
    Classification: Update Rollups
    Products: Windows XP
    Release date: Tuesday, November 21, 2006
    More information: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=71727
    KB article number: 926874
    MSRC number: None
    MSRC severity rating: Unspecified
    Update ID: 73246d69-2d1f-4e99-894b-ec3995cb5e5d
    Installation InformationRemovable: No
    May request user input: No
    Restart behavior: Can request restart
    Must be installed exclusively: No
    Includes: None
    Included by: None
    Supersedes: None
    Superseded by: None
    Languages supported: English, Finnish, French, German
    EULA: The End User License Agreement (EULA) for this update has been accepted. View EULA

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Exactly the same here Craig - just happy with restictions enough to roll it out - and it's gone expired - I've searched the available updates and there's no other IE7 update.

    Nathan just called and he's getting IE7 Spanish - that has deployed around his system and can't be removed.

    Perhaps MS have stuffed up and are in the process of pushing out the correct version - I hope so anyway!!

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Saw this over on SpywareSucks:

    To immediately address the spread of this (Spanish) issue, the IE7.0 update package
    has been expired effective 5:00PM PST, Wednesday, 11/22/06. Synchronizing
    WSUS servers after 5:00PM PST will ensure the expiration status is applied
    to the latest IE7.0 update rollup package, released 11/21/06.

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Ah - also on the same post:

    A new update rollup package for this IE 7.0 release will be available for synchronization early next week. We regret the inconvenience and confusion this issue may have caused WSUS customers. Thank you for your reports and enabling us to get this issue headed off so quickly.

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Thanks Mark - At least I know why now!!
    Guess we'll need to wait for M$ to release it again!

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    this is the second time first was relice on 1st nov and the second on the 21st nov have contacted them and they have a issue with pusshing out at the moment you ned to log onto everymachine to install they are trying to sort this issue befor next week.(so they say)

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Just out of interest how does the deployment go?

    If itis auto pushed out buy WSUS does the end user have any input or is it auto installed. Is there a delay on logging on/off on the PC for anyone?

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    My deployment had no end user intervention, appart from if they didnt restart there machine Internet Exploer crashed until they did, wish it did that every time would force more people to restart there machiens after updates instead of 2 weeks later

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Mine went silently - after i'd disabled all of the interaction in the GPO.

    Install it onto a PC first, connect to your AD server with gpmc to update the adms with the IE7 version and configure away.

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    Quote Originally Posted by mark
    Mine went silently - after i'd disabled all of the interaction in the GPO.

    Install it onto a PC first, connect to your AD server with gpmc to update the adms with the IE7 version and configure away.
    Im still having trouble with the first run even though I am manually adding the two reg keys at logon :axe:

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    Re: Odd WSUS error

    i have found this and many more about it wsus ie 7 probs
    i did conact microsoft myself yesterday and they confermed they hope to have it sorted by the end of the november but it cant be sure.



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