So ... This should work but if it doesn't, the logs might give some insight. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Friday, June 22, 2007 9:49 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Same problem with windows XP Servicepack 2. More about the author
Central installation "\\computername\Sophos\SAVSCFXP" is up to date. Event Type: Information Event Source: Sophos EM Library Event Category: Deploy Event ID: 4081 Date: 6/25/2007 Time: 5:54:33 PM User: N/A Computer: computername I think that is the reason why the *.vbs is not working at all. Since last week the up to date column in Sophos enterprise console shows for every client "Not Since 9/21/2010 ....". For the past 2 days the machine has not given that error and the user was able to logon each morning.
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Process Monitor is one way to determine the path which encounters the error. Please check Programs and Features - it's likely there.Christian:57987 Crayadder 0 18 Jul 2015 1:11 AM Well that's embarassing. naw, it might have been more or less included in the install of a certain SEC version. I hope you understand me ;) Best regards Nordfol Vikas 0 6 Oct 2016 9:34 AM In reply to Nordfol: I have one suggestion - let the primary update location
Looking at an old SophosReInit it seems that the script insists on the exact value 10 being present in ConnectionCache. There should be a Sophos ES setup.log - guess in your user's %TEMP%. For the other methods the update directory should be either the location of setup.exe or the one specified as parameter (once RMS connects it should request the policy). delete the Cache: Bad news - I could not come up with a scenario resulting in the issues you describe.
This will as well inform you of which package is no longer maintained.You will need to subscribe to the same platform package, but one that is maintained.Please note you will need checked the Update Configurationhow else can you tell that the package installation succeeded or failed? Uninstalled all Sophos components in the right order following the KB-Article, rebooted the system, erased all still existing files/folders from Sophos, erased all regestry entries from Sophos and started my Deployment Christian Vikas 0 4 Oct 2016 3:43 PM Dear Nordfol, I agree with QC on all of his points.
I guess this should help. My next step is to remove MSSE and reinstall Sophos as opposed to an upgrade from the previous version and see if the problem comes back.:27983 Sophos Footer T&Cs Help Cookie Thats the reason why the error message 'access denied' for cac.pem appeared. Any help is appreciated.:27709 Cancel jak 0 4 Aug 2012 9:18 PM HI,Can you post the comtents of the output files (winsock.txt and products.txt) from running the following commands (run
QCAccess denied if I'm not mistaken (and I think the write fails). my review here QC 0 6 Oct 2016 12:38 PM In reply to Nordfol: Hello Nordfol, agreed, everything's fine here. Here a Screenshot of the deplyoment package: If I run the package, Sophos first uninstalls the old Sophos, after that it installs the AutoUpdater which appears as a system Christian Nordfol 0 4 Oct 2016 2:30 PM In reply to QC: Hi Christian, QCMigration utility [ran] without success - have you checked the log
If I run my Sophos deplyoment package, Sophos is still pointing to the old Update Path of the old Enterprise Console and is downloading the Updates from there. Did you use the GUI or setup.exe with parameters? just redirects the endpoints' management component, afterwards the new policies must be applied - only then will the endpoints also update from the new location. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sophos-error/sophos-error-2738.php I'd run setup.exe (from the new CID) on an endpoint which has Sophos already installed.
In both log files, I can't find my new Update Path which the deployment package contains.It keeps using the old Update Path, but I don't know where the Setup is getting No matter how many permisions I give to the user, it will not install under XP. Definitely not after an uninstall.
Even the new Update path is in the log file included. I don't have any clue where the AutoUpdater gets the old Update Path because I erased all possible places where it might be?!2. BTW, the XML file is a report, nothing more. Wednesday, November 28, 2007 9:25 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.
Christian:5186 NLNAV 0 27 Sep 2010 6:50 PM Christian,Thank you for the solution. A few Windows 10 Devices that are updating to Sophos Endpoint Security and Control to version 10.6 Once this update happens no web browser is able to get internet traffic.(Chrome/Firefox/IE/Edge) The Add your comments on this Windows Event! navigate to this website Please contact support to sort out this problem. :7667 Sophos Footer T&Cs Help Cookie Info Contact Support © 1997 - 2016 Sophos Ltd.
could you please also post the ALUpdate..., ALSvc... MCID 0x80040701 Could not open requested resource "\\computername\Sophos\mcid.lok" for writing. VFS 0x80070020 Friday, July 06, 2007 12:41 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Probably your computername is I quickly click on that icon and opened the AutoUpdater Properties which you can see in the Screenshot. We'd love to hear about it!
Depending on the Windows security settings it is necessary to re-enter the credentials (note: the credentials you enter in the GUI are for AutoUpdate's settings, not for the installation bootstrapper) and If QC's post contained the fix you needed, why not mark it an Accepted Solution? Join the IT Network or Login. After that I entered the SophosUpdateMgr credentials as you can see in the image.
Christian Nordfol 0 6 Oct 2016 12:03 PM In reply to QC: If you want you can check the log file at: http://pastebin.com/fERtxFbz I did not find anything unusual in here is the log from SophosReinit.txt: 04.10.2016 12:01:13 INFO: Starting Script04.10.2016 12:01:13 INFO: Options:04.10.2016 12:01:13 INFO: blnForceRMSRun : Falsch04.10.2016 12:01:13 INFO: blnForcePatchRun : Falsch04.10.2016 12:01:13 INFO: blnReconfigurePatch : Falsch04.10.2016 12:01:13 INFO: If at some Point the Client appears in the new Enterprise Console this suggests it's working as it should. downloading the Updates from [the old server] - do I understand correctly that it is still running?
Click here to go to the product suggestion community Event error 4081 I'm getting error within the event log 4081. Description: Could not open registry key SOFTWARE\Sophos\AutoUpdate\Service A Windows API call returned error 5 ------------------------------------ They only thing I can think of is that my domain policy prevents security center from Curiously at some Point the Client appears in the new Enterprise Console and I can move it to our "Clients" Folder. Is that why you switched accounts to add the second post?
Not knowing the cause I can't offer a solution.