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Wsus issue deploying updates RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello, IT expert

    I have some issue with a new Wsus standalone deployment, below info:

    Infraestructure:

    Windows Server 2016 patch last update.

    WSUS suceed latest Sync

    Database is completly cleanup

    Destination computers info

    Windows 7 

    Windows 10 LTSB 1607, 1803, 1703 etc etc.

    We create our Scope GPO  Workstation-Testing, all computers in the target OU appear correctly in the computer group in Wsus.

    The issue: The wsus report said that all PC has issue installing Updates, we check some PC (W10 LTSB without any update) all Stuck installing updates and then error code Error code "0x80070422

    In our environment we have deployed SCCM client for other activities for support, at some point it was integrated with WSUS but due to a bad integration an error occurred in sccm and we decided to deploy it standolone WSUS.



    Does having an SCCM client installed on the computers generate the issue for WSUS deploy updates?


    What else could I do to solve the problem?

    Tuesday, October 15, 2019 1:49 AM

Answers

  • Hi Elmi,
       

    The issue: The wsus report said that all PC has issue installing Updates, we check some PC (W10 LTSB without any update) all Stuck installing updates and then error code Error code "0x80070422

    The main reasons for the 0x80070422 problem are:
       

    • “Windows Update” Service is disabled or not set to Automatic as Startup Type
    • “Windows Modules Installer” Service is not set to manual as Startup type.
         

    Please check if the above services in clients are configured correctly.
        

    Does having an SCCM client installed on the computers generate the issue for WSUS deploy updates?

    This depends mainly on whether or not "software updates point (SUP)" is added to your SCCM.
       

    If you have a SUP, it is recommended that you complete the updated deployment through the software update point in the SCCM console. Because in this environment, the function of WSUS will be regulated by SUP.
    If there is no SUP, I have tested that WSUS work will not be affected by SCCM.
        

    Reply back with the results would be happy to help.
       

    Regards,
    Yic

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    Tuesday, October 15, 2019 2:10 AM

All replies

  • Hi Elmi,
       

    The issue: The wsus report said that all PC has issue installing Updates, we check some PC (W10 LTSB without any update) all Stuck installing updates and then error code Error code "0x80070422

    The main reasons for the 0x80070422 problem are:
       

    • “Windows Update” Service is disabled or not set to Automatic as Startup Type
    • “Windows Modules Installer” Service is not set to manual as Startup type.
         

    Please check if the above services in clients are configured correctly.
        

    Does having an SCCM client installed on the computers generate the issue for WSUS deploy updates?

    This depends mainly on whether or not "software updates point (SUP)" is added to your SCCM.
       

    If you have a SUP, it is recommended that you complete the updated deployment through the software update point in the SCCM console. Because in this environment, the function of WSUS will be regulated by SUP.
    If there is no SUP, I have tested that WSUS work will not be affected by SCCM.
        

    Reply back with the results would be happy to help.
       

    Regards,
    Yic

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    If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact tnmff@microsoft.com.

    Tuesday, October 15, 2019 2:10 AM
  • Hi Elmi,
     

    Any update is welcome here.
    If the issue is resolved, share your solution or find the helpful response "Mark as Answer" to help other community members find the answer.
     

    Thank you for your cooperation, as always.
     

    Regards,
    Yic

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    Friday, October 18, 2019 7:19 AM
  • Thanks, for the answer
    Wednesday, December 11, 2019 3:14 AM