Maybe a problem with Microsoft Defender signature update. Goto WSUS console and check the what patches were approved last week. If you’re lucky, the corpus delicti shows an error. Otherwise check the patch statistics of a client machine, check machines report in WSUS. Revoke the problematic one. It it doesn’t help, try this: %PROGRAMFILES%\Windows Defender\MPCMDRUN.exe” […]
Seems your WSUS has a problem. Maybe the database or the IIS did crash. Check your servers firewall. Restart your Server. If it doesnt help, try this: Check the log: C:\Windows\WID\Log\error.log Try this: “C:\Program Files\Update Services\Tools\wsusutil.exe” postinstall /servicing Or this: Activate and install „HTTP Activation“ @ „WCF Services“ on „.NET Framework 4.5 Features“.
You can use the web interface to do that, but i had some issues soing so. It’s better (and much faster) to run this: /bin/su -s /bin/bash -c ‘cd /usr/share/python/scirius/ && . bin/activate && python bin/manage.py updatesuricata && deactivate’ www-data You can check your success by inspecting /etc/suricata/rules/scrirus.rules To check the plausibility/validity of your rules […]
Copy .config # make syncconfig # make && make modules_install # make install # grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
get the sources apt-get install libclamav-dev apt-get install libssl-dev apt-get install build-essential extract the sources ./configure && make && make install
Don’t worry. It’s a stupid bug. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/sus/2008/09/18/wsus-clients-fail-with-warning-syncserverupdatesinternal-failed-0x80244010/ Do it again. And again. And again. :) It will work at some point. ;) OR do gpupdate /force and reboot.
git add .; git commit -m “your text”; git push
Your W7 guest can ping even canonical addresses but browsers and updates don’t work? Switch from NATed to bridged mode.
Running WSUS using the microsoft sql server express edition [ssee] is pain in the ass. It’s simply too slow. The mmc will run into timeout. Use the more powerful microsoft sql server instead. The first syncronization eats a lot of time. Unfortunately this syncro generates such a huge pile of database data. This results in […]
building the system: # cd /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/conf # config GENERIC # cd ../compile/GENERIC # make clean && make # make install building the userland: # cd /usr/src # find . -type l -name obj | xargs rm # make cleandir # rm -rf /usr/obj/* # cd /usr/src # make obj # cd /usr/src/etc && env DESTDIR=/ […]