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  • WHS2011 – KB4535102 fails, returns 80092004

    Posted on ScotchJohn Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

    Home Forums AskWoody support Windows Windows Vista, XP and earlier WHS2011 – KB4535102 fails, returns 80092004

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    This topic contains 26 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  anonymous 1 month ago.

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    • #2085758

      ScotchJohn
      AskWoody Plus

      I still use WHS2011 on my home server, not connected in any way to the outside world, just for backups, and for files that need to be available to more than one machine connected on my small home network.

      Windows update said that it wanted to run a .NET update, KB4535102, but this has failed twice, returns the error 80092004.

      Is this important?  Do I wait until this is re-patched?  A restart of the home server did not change things.

      Dell E5570 Latitude, Intel Core i5 6440@2.60 GHz, 8.00 GB - Win 10 Pro

    • #2085765

      PKCano
      Da Boss

      KB4535102 is the .NET Rollup for Win7
      It is a bundle of separate updates for .NET versions 3.5 to 4.8
      Windows Update requires SHA-2 code signing support KB4474419.

      Is the WHS2011 capable of SHA-2 authentication?
      How about the Servicing Stack – is it up to date. (For Win7 you need KB4490628 and KB4516655 or one that supersedes it)
      For KB4535102, click on the “Title” link, then under “More Information” in the box that pops up. The MS Support Page contains information on which independent update is for which  version of .NET. Choosing the patch for the particular version(s) you have installed may work better(?).

    • #2085866

      anonymous

      I’m experiencing the same thing on my WHS2011 box.

    • #2085876

      anonymous

      The same problem (Markus from Germany) ;o(

    • #2085908

      anonymous

      I used the Microsoft Update Catalog site to find KB4535102.  Downloaded it and there were a bunch of individual updates in it.  Not all appear to be applicable to my system.  KB4532941 was the only one of the group that manually installed successfully.

      I re-ran Windows Updates and eventually KB4535102 showed up again.  I noticed it was a smaller download size now.  Still, trying to install it from Windows Updates failed.

      After rebooting the server and then Windows Updates again, there were no further updates to install but having it check manually again, KB4535102 showed up again.

      • #2085914

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Perhaps there is another version you don’t know is installed.
        Control Panel\Programs & Features\Turn Win components on or off link.
        See if there is another version.

    • #2085959

      anonymous

      The same problem here, but I found a solution :

      https://support.microsoft.com/nl-be/help/4535102/kb4535102   refers to KB4474419 and KB4019990

      https://www.ghacks.net/2019/08/15/if-you-get-windows-update-error-0x80092004-on-windows-7-or-server-2008-r2-do-this/   refers to KB4490628

      I downloaded KB4019990, KB4474419 and KB4490628 from http://catalog.update.microsoft.com

      KB4019990 was already installed

      I installed KB4474419 (reboot) and KB4490628 and let Window Update run : succesfull install of KB4535102, problem solved !

      I hope this works for all of you !

      Tom (Belgium)

      • #2085963

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Yes. See #2085765 above.

      • #2086889

        anonymous

        Worked for me also. Thanks!

      • #2087276

        anonymous

        This worked for me as well! Thanks!

        Trevor from Canada 😎

      • #2087449

        anonymous

        Thank you, this worked for me.  WHS2011, ex490.  I was missing KB4490628 after following #2085765.

      • #2088369

        anonymous

        Many thanks.

    • #2086168

      anonymous

      Many thanks anonymous! Worked for me.

    • #2086225

      anonymous

      Many thanks from me too; worked for me too!

      Tom (from the Netherlands)

    • #2086384

      anonymous

      Thank you Tom from Belgium!

      My server is set now after a manual installation of just KB4490628 from the Catalog site.

      Michael from Canada

    • #2086410

      anonymous

      just KB4490628 was enough for me. Thx for the info Tom

      Tony from Canada

    • #2086450

      ScotchJohn
      AskWoody Plus

      OP here, I didn’t see your replies for a day or two.

      Many thanks for your advice, especially Cano and Belgian Tom.

      It took me one false start until I found which flavour of KB4474419 was right for WHS2011, then I followed all of Tom’s steps, and have managed to apply KB4535102 successfully.

      All who contributed, and especially Belgian Tom – hartelijk dank – thanks for your help, in the best traditions of Ask Woody.

      Dell E5570 Latitude, Intel Core i5 6440@2.60 GHz, 8.00 GB - Win 10 Pro

    • #2086628

      anonymous

      anonymous .. Tom (Belgium) – My Hero !! worked as a charm :*

    • #2086651

      anonymous

      This worked like a charm for my on WHS 2011.

       

      Thanks!

    • #2087203

      anonymous

      First and foremost, Tom from Belgium, THANKS!
      Anybody else wonder why if in WHS2011 we have auto updates turned on, neither of these installed as required updates? None have prerequisites listed?

    • #2087300

      anonymous

      Many thanks. Works for my WHS2011 after installation of KB4474419. :-]

    • #2087648

      anonymous

      Perfect. Thank you, Tom from Belgium.

    • #2088170

      anonymous

      Stupid question, but how do I manually install an update on WHS2011? I download it from the catalog, but what then?

      • #2088172

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Download the file to the desktop (or someplace easy to get to)
        Be sure everything is closed, b/c you may have to reboot afterward.
        Double click on the file, choose to let it install.
        It will ask you to reboot if necessary after the install.
        After the reboot you can delete the file if the install was successful.

    • #2088237

      anonymous

      This worked like a charm for my. Ed from Murcia

    • #2088256

      anonymous

      Thank you! 🙂

    • #2089144

      anonymous

      Tom from Belgium, THANKS!

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