AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby DSTM » 19.05.2016, 05:20

Hi. On version 10.6.2 I checked the automatic reboot and recall box
After first automatic reboot the install stopped and had to manually restart again.
Checking the box the check I placed in the box was gone.
Can someone help? Please.
Why did the checkmark vanish?
Installing updates for Windows7 x64 bit.
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby aker » 19.05.2016, 09:40

Where did it stop? Could you provide a screenshot of where wsusou stopped?

The settings of UpdateInstaller always reset themselves, but if you select "autoreboot & recall" they will be saved for this session until the auto-reboot-loop finishes.
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby DSTM » 19.05.2016, 15:12

Thanks for the quick reply.
I will do a system restore, and start again.
If it does it again I will take a screen shot, at that point.

Thanks for a brilliant program.
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby DSTM » 20.05.2016, 02:16

Hi again.
This is a screen shot of final options before clicking the "Start Button" to install.

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After the first auto reboot, the install stopped. Looking I see the check is now missing for "Auto Reboot"

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I will have to manually start to continue install of updates.
Am I missing something here?
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby aker » 20.05.2016, 15:21

I meant the cmd-windows, which is popping up after you clicked "Start". Where does it hang there?
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby DSTM » 20.05.2016, 20:45

Hi Aker.
Other Techies who I communicate with are having exactly the same issue.
I will start again and get the CMD screen shot.
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby DSTM » 21.05.2016, 12:36

Thanks for your help, Aker.
Worked out the best way to install updates plus extra updates in final options box, with minimal reboots.
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby aker » 22.05.2016, 00:18

What exactly fixed your problem?

Just asking to find possible bugs or help others with the same problem.
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby DSTM » 22.05.2016, 04:12

@Aker

In the first image I posted it shows all the boxes I checked.
However, when I did this in testing, the install stopped at the first reboot. I had to restart the install each time.

When I ran a second test using what I've shown in the second box, it rebooted automatically every time, and installed nearly 150 updates.
I then ran it again to install the .NET Framework 4.6 and 5.0 ......with no problems
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Re: AUTOMAIC REBOOT AND RECALL

Postby Cababs » 24.05.2016, 17:58

what would be useful if you told us the environment.

Is it in a domain?
Are you running WOU from a network share?
Do you have full permissions to alter WOU on said share?
Is it a VM?

I set my updateinstaller.ini as read only to set defaults and then I can select certain ones. when I reload WOU all the defaults are selected.
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