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The thing I am noticing though, it only generates a new SUS SID, the machine SID does not change. Is it to fully manage the Windows updates through Chef or is it to just kick off an initial update, then relying on the server configuration for subsequent updates? The main difference here is that my script can accept a computername as a command-line parameter (using script.vbs computer:computername as the syntax), and perform all actions against it. Rob Oh yea, I'm cool with that part of the logon script usage. http://doinc.org/error-code/psexec-code-error-1.html

I want to ensure script did not hang. To set this up as a tool, copy the text above (between Start and End) and save to a vbs file. hh commented Sep 30, 2015 @jboeshart I get a bit further but now have a different error via winrm regarding the OLE downloading at https://github.com/jboeshart/wsus-client/blob/fix_force_update_detection_cycle/providers/update.rb#L41 knife winrm --winrm-password 'FOOBARBAZ' -m Reply With Quote 09-14-2005,07:14 PM #4 Guest Re: wuauclt /Detectnow Tool I don't remember the link, but an M$ article had the REGSVR commands and the WMI stuff is documented under http://forum.sysinternals.com/psexec-showing-error-code-0_topic8994.html

Psexec Cmd Exited With Error Code 0

Syntax: SetAuthorization.vbs computer:computername reset:true (will delete regkeys, stop/restart AU services, perform /resetauthorization /detectnow) SetAuthorization.vbs computer:computername (will stop/restart AU service, perform /detectnow) SetAuthorization.vbs computer:computername reset:true force:true (if you have run the script Was this documented someplace I didn't look? Where I get hung is this: When I ran the script, it needed to have the machine name entered.

  • the way you execute the script doesn't matter, you always get the 2 boxes popping up on the client side.
  • But my problem is that the computers is shown on the WSUS server but stays at 0% all time.
  • Is that going to cause problems in the future??
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  • Be sure that your netlogon share (or wherever you store your script has read access for all computer accounts ('domain computers').
  • The default now is to load the correct user environment.
  • If so, why don't you just setup a scheduled task on the 1-5 remote machines? 0 Thai Pepper OP Best Answer Daniel Eaton Aug 10, 2011 at 9:44 UTC TShuee

So, you're best route for clients not showing up yet in WSUS, is to ensure you're registry settings are correct (and/or that Group Policy is being applied appropriately), then run the Regards, Annih Annih closed this Dec 2, 2015 hh commented Dec 2, 2015 This might be of related interest: https://github.com/WinRb/winrm-elevated Annih commented Dec 2, 2015 Yep, it could be very cool Any other ideas/suggestions? Wuauclt Exited With Error Code -2147024891 thanks in advance!

How-to ------------------------------------- UpdateHF - force client to download and install approved Windows Updates: Download Script SetAuthorization - Perform a /resetauthorization and /detectnow against a remote computer where you have administrative privileges: Psexec Error Codes Set strShell = objWMIService.ExecMethod("Win32_Process", "Create", objProgram) strExe = "regsvr32 /s wucltui.dll" objProgram.CommandLine = strExe 'Execute the program now at the command line. Assign the result of the expression to a temporary variable then splat the temporary variable instead. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/151081-psexec-returning-error-code-0-but-not-working Covered by US Patent.

I realize that there is a way to invoke the /detectnow method through script remotely, but there isn't a way to perform 'resetauthorization' this way. Psexec Error Code 3 Is it possible to not get the 2 dos boxes to pop open when launching the script? Splatted variables cannot be used as part of a property or array expression. reset:true ("." makes the computer look at itself when performing the various WMI calls)...

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Thus the extra work of creating remote processes. I really appreciate all the input 0 Chipotle OP Helpful Post Waldoo Aug 10, 2011 at 9:50 UTC Is this just one XP machine? Psexec Cmd Exited With Error Code 0 Const computers = "pc1,pc2,pc3" Const pstools = "c:\sysinternals\psexec.exe" Const rmtCmd = "%windir%\system32\wuauclt.exe" Const rmtArg = "/detectnow" Set objShell = CreateObject("Wscript.Shell") count_good = 0 count_all = 0 For each computer in Split(computers, Psexec Error Code 2 Your next step is to wait for it to reappear in the WSUS console.

Under C:\exec\, create a file called machines.txt and list your machines in the text file like this: Machine01 Machine02 Machine03 Machine04 Place your gettime.bat on a server share, \\server01\share\gettime.bat Now, open a check over here If I'm not mistaken, SYSTEM should have access to remote share. Check e.g. The message is: Script: \\server\share\hyena\scripts\WUFIX.vbs Line: 5 Char: 1 Error: 0x80041021 Code: 80041021 Source: (null) Any ideas? Psexec Error Code 1

the nightly job doesn't always run at the same time esp on Fridays. c:\windows\sysnative is only intended for use within 32-bit applications [1], so I'm wondering if that's causing some of the issues, though if I change it to c:\windows\system32 it for some reason I started reading up on Write-Debug, Write-Verbose, and the other Write-* cmdlets but do not know which one or how will it work?Get powershell to window show psexec exit codes? his comment is here Rob I tried it on a few machines and it seems to have worked fine.

It will handle reboots if needed as well. Psexec Switches I believe I can use a script that would do a wuauclt /detectnow then wait say 30 mins, then do a wuauclt /reportnow? C:/chef/cache/cookbooks/wsus-client/providers/update.rb:41:in `method_missing' C:/chef/cache/cookbooks/wsus-client/providers/update.rb:41:in `block (2 levels) in class_from_file' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/mixin/why_run.rb:52:in `call' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/mixin/why_run.rb:52:in `add_action' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/provider.rb:175:in `converge_by' C:/chef/cache/cookbooks/wsus-client/providers/update.rb:36:in `block in class_from_file' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/provider/lwrp_base.rb:61:in `instance_eval' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/provider/lwrp_base.rb:61:in `recipe_eval_with_update_check' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/provider/lwrp_base.rb:46:in `block in action' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/provider.rb:140:in `run_action' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/resource.rb:584:in `run_action' C:/opscode/chef/embedded/apps/chef/lib/chef/runner.rb:49:in

Another perk to this is you can add the DeployGetTime.bat to a scheduled task and this will run while you sleep at night. 0 Jalapeno OP Kencussion Feb

TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Join the Community! Since it 's just a basic dos command I tried adding '>nul' in the string but that seemed to give a syntax error... Wednesday, July 24, 2013 8:44 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks Mike, This piece works flawlessly and just what I was looking. I have absolutely no scripting experience, and am a little confused as to what I am supposed to change to make this work.

Thanks! I waas the command line C:\psexec>psexec -u administrator -p password \\machine name c:\winnt\system32\wuauclt.exe /detectnow At first it starts to execute but then I get c:\winnt\system32\wuauclt.exe exited on [machine name] with error I am sure with time I could figure it out but I have always found it better to go direct with the source. weblink Set strShell = objWMIService.ExecMethod("Win32_Process", "Create", objProgram) strExe = "regsvr32 /s wuaueng.dll" objProgram.CommandLine = strExe 'Execute the program now at the command line.

At C:\Support\scripts\Test01.ps1:27 char:23 + .\psexec @Dev_servers <<<< .txt -n 30 wuauclt /reportnow + CategoryInfo : ParserError: (:) [], ParseException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : NoPropertiesInSplatting ----------------------------------------------------- If I run it like the variable %userprofile%. * psexec \\target -u user -p passw -e some_command uses explicit logon to \\target and loads the environment of user "user".