update services not starting with time out then changed to run under adminstrator worked

update services not starting with time out then changed to run under adminstrator worked

Post by greg ch » Wed, 16 Jul 2008 02:55:20


Hi, this is wsus 2.0 sp1, not sure why all of sudden update services
service stopped starting, but when changed to use adminstrator account
then it worked.

Any one has any clue?

Thanks.

Greg
 
 
 

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----- Original Message Follows -----

w32time is not NTP. If you had NTP running on the box we would be able
to
help you. You need to ask Microsoft about this.

If your clock is drifting that much either it's not able to connect to
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Install NTP, disable w32time and then we can discuss it.

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