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Here’s a heads up on yet another cool article I found over on the TechNet Wiki that was written by Yuri Diogenes. This one talks about one way you can fix an issue where Windows Update clients are receiving a 8024402C error when checking for updates:
Consider a scenario where roaming users have workstations that configured to use a WSUS via Domain Policy. When they are traveling and without access to the corporate network they receive the error message below when they try to force Windows Update:
After receiving this error, if you open the %systemroot%\WindowsUpdate.Log you will notice the following pattern…
You can continue reading Yuri’s article here.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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Great job Yuri!
Hey i have also faced the same issue but i resolved the issue with the help of this link