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Old 27-08-2005
nnmmss
 
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0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

I have a server with a ISA server 2000 installed on it, i have defined the
anything said in http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=896226 on isa server. but
when my internet explorer proxy connection is set to isa server(which is the
server itself) i get the error 0x8024401B, and when i unset the proxy
connection in IE to nothing i get the error 0x80072EE2.

any one can help me?
Thanks

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Old 27-08-2005
TaurArian [MVP]
 
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Re: 0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

Courtesy of Domenic:-
Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows Installer
is running. If not, turn it on. Doing this solved error 8024401B on my computer.

Error 0x80072EE2 is: ERROR_INTERNET_TIMEOUT
Translation: The request has timed out.

http://update.microsoft.com/windowsu...=en&IsMu=False

When accessing the Update site, you receive the 0x80072EE2 or 0x80072EFD error.


http://www.updatexp.com/0x80072ee2.html
Finding a solution for the 0x80072EE2 error

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=836941
You receive an "Error 0x80072EE2" or "Error 0x80072EFD" error message when you try to
use Windows Update

See also:
When searching for available updates on the Windows Update site, you
receive the 0x8024502d error.
http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...cleid=26&ln=en

Posted by =Mac=

<snip of relevant part> I was getting the 0x80072EE2 message on a machine this
evening. I never had a problem with it.

I tried all of your suggestions to no avail. However, in a post from several months
ago, someone mentioned an MTU seating on a router. I had upgraded the firmware on my
home router several days ago and left the MTU set at the default of 1500. Come to
think of it, my Internet connection seemed a little sluggish since I upgraded the
firmware.

I reset the MTU to 1492, and voila! Windows Update works again.

I write this post so that someone else doesn't overlook a simple solution to a very
frustrating problem.

Router / Firewall / Wireless Router MTU ==> 1492 or less <snip>

Result posted by “tinman”
<snip> The problem is with the AOL connection. Basically you need to amend the MTU
settings of the WAN down to 1400. You can experiment and see if it works going up to
1460 but it doesn't work past that. <snip>

"Jean-Paul" wrote:

Provider : Wanadoo (french)
Firewall : Cisco 877
defaut MTU : 1450 => change to 1492


"nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:64961240-E2A2-4A13-80CF-456B5E206834@microsoft.com...
>I have a server with a ISA server 2000 installed on it, i have defined the
> anything said in http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=896226 on isa server. but
> when my internet explorer proxy connection is set to isa server(which is the
> server itself) i get the error 0x8024401B, and when i unset the proxy
> connection in IE to nothing i get the error 0x80072EE2.
>
> any one can help me?
> Thanks


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Old 27-08-2005
nnmmss
 
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Re: 0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

Thanks u
> Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows Installer


i did but i got the error again.

thanks

"TaurArian [MVP]" wrote:

> Courtesy of Domenic:-
> Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows Installer
> is running. If not, turn it on. Doing this solved error 8024401B on my computer.
>
> Error 0x80072EE2 is: ERROR_INTERNET_TIMEOUT
> Translation: The request has timed out.
>
> http://update.microsoft.com/windowsu...=en&IsMu=False
>
> When accessing the Update site, you receive the 0x80072EE2 or 0x80072EFD error.
>
>
> http://www.updatexp.com/0x80072ee2.html
> Finding a solution for the 0x80072EE2 error
>
> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=836941
> You receive an "Error 0x80072EE2" or "Error 0x80072EFD" error message when you try to
> use Windows Update
>
> See also:
> When searching for available updates on the Windows Update site, you
> receive the 0x8024502d error.
> http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...cleid=26&ln=en
>
> Posted by =Mac=
>
> <snip of relevant part> I was getting the 0x80072EE2 message on a machine this
> evening. I never had a problem with it.
>
> I tried all of your suggestions to no avail. However, in a post from several months
> ago, someone mentioned an MTU seating on a router. I had upgraded the firmware on my
> home router several days ago and left the MTU set at the default of 1500. Come to
> think of it, my Internet connection seemed a little sluggish since I upgraded the
> firmware.
>
> I reset the MTU to 1492, and voila! Windows Update works again.
>
> I write this post so that someone else doesn't overlook a simple solution to a very
> frustrating problem.
>
> Router / Firewall / Wireless Router MTU ==> 1492 or less <snip>
>
> Result posted by “tinman”
> <snip> The problem is with the AOL connection. Basically you need to amend the MTU
> settings of the WAN down to 1400. You can experiment and see if it works going up to
> 1460 but it doesn't work past that. <snip>
>
> "Jean-Paul" wrote:
>
> Provider : Wanadoo (french)
> Firewall : Cisco 877
> defaut MTU : 1450 => change to 1492
>
>
> "nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:64961240-E2A2-4A13-80CF-456B5E206834@microsoft.com...
> >I have a server with a ISA server 2000 installed on it, i have defined the
> > anything said in http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=896226 on isa server. but
> > when my internet explorer proxy connection is set to isa server(which is the
> > server itself) i get the error 0x8024401B, and when i unset the proxy
> > connection in IE to nothing i get the error 0x80072EE2.
> >
> > any one can help me?
> > Thanks

>
>

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Old 27-08-2005
nnmmss
 
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Re: 0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

Hello
>>>>Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows Installer


I did so but again i get the error 8024401B

thanks



"TaurArian [MVP]" wrote:

> Courtesy of Domenic:-
> Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows Installer
> is running. If not, turn it on. Doing this solved error 8024401B on my computer.
>
> Error 0x80072EE2 is: ERROR_INTERNET_TIMEOUT
> Translation: The request has timed out.
>
> http://update.microsoft.com/windowsu...=en&IsMu=False
>
> When accessing the Update site, you receive the 0x80072EE2 or 0x80072EFD error.
>
>
> http://www.updatexp.com/0x80072ee2.html
> Finding a solution for the 0x80072EE2 error
>
> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=836941
> You receive an "Error 0x80072EE2" or "Error 0x80072EFD" error message when you try to
> use Windows Update
>
> See also:
> When searching for available updates on the Windows Update site, you
> receive the 0x8024502d error.
> http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...cleid=26&ln=en
>
> Posted by =Mac=
>
> <snip of relevant part> I was getting the 0x80072EE2 message on a machine this
> evening. I never had a problem with it.
>
> I tried all of your suggestions to no avail. However, in a post from several months
> ago, someone mentioned an MTU seating on a router. I had upgraded the firmware on my
> home router several days ago and left the MTU set at the default of 1500. Come to
> think of it, my Internet connection seemed a little sluggish since I upgraded the
> firmware.
>
> I reset the MTU to 1492, and voila! Windows Update works again.
>
> I write this post so that someone else doesn't overlook a simple solution to a very
> frustrating problem.
>
> Router / Firewall / Wireless Router MTU ==> 1492 or less <snip>
>
> Result posted by “tinman”
> <snip> The problem is with the AOL connection. Basically you need to amend the MTU
> settings of the WAN down to 1400. You can experiment and see if it works going up to
> 1460 but it doesn't work past that. <snip>
>
> "Jean-Paul" wrote:
>
> Provider : Wanadoo (french)
> Firewall : Cisco 877
> defaut MTU : 1450 => change to 1492
>
>
> "nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:64961240-E2A2-4A13-80CF-456B5E206834@microsoft.com...
> >I have a server with a ISA server 2000 installed on it, i have defined the
> > anything said in http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=896226 on isa server. but
> > when my internet explorer proxy connection is set to isa server(which is the
> > server itself) i get the error 0x8024401B, and when i unset the proxy
> > connection in IE to nothing i get the error 0x80072EE2.
> >
> > any one can help me?
> > Thanks

>
>

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Old 27-08-2005
Jos? Gallardo
 
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Re: 0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

Perhaps this may help you:
http://www.fermu.com/content/view/216/37/lang,us/

--
www.fermu.com



"nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> escribi? en el mensaje
news:A2F6BAB9-73C0-45B7-B8CE-9CFFA83C8CC7@microsoft.com...
> Hello
>>>>>Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if
>>>>>Windows Installer

>
> I did so but again i get the error 8024401B
>
> thanks
>
>
>
> "TaurArian [MVP]" wrote:
>
>> Courtesy of Domenic:-
>> Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if
>> Windows Installer
>> is running. If not, turn it on. Doing this solved error 8024401B on
>> my computer.
>>
>> Error 0x80072EE2 is: ERROR_INTERNET_TIMEOUT
>> Translation: The request has timed out.
>>
>> http://update.microsoft.com/windowsu...=en&IsMu=False
>>
>> When accessing the Update site, you receive the 0x80072EE2 or
>> 0x80072EFD error.
>>
>>
>> http://www.updatexp.com/0x80072ee2.html
>> Finding a solution for the 0x80072EE2 error
>>
>> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=836941
>> You receive an "Error 0x80072EE2" or "Error 0x80072EFD" error message
>> when you try to
>> use Windows Update
>>
>> See also:
>> When searching for available updates on the Windows Update site, you
>> receive the 0x8024502d error.
>> http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...cleid=26&ln=en
>>
>> Posted by =Mac=
>>
>> <snip of relevant part> I was getting the 0x80072EE2 message on a
>> machine this
>> evening. I never had a problem with it.
>>
>> I tried all of your suggestions to no avail. However, in a post from
>> several months
>> ago, someone mentioned an MTU seating on a router. I had upgraded the
>> firmware on my
>> home router several days ago and left the MTU set at the default of
>> 1500. Come to
>> think of it, my Internet connection seemed a little sluggish since I
>> upgraded the
>> firmware.
>>
>> I reset the MTU to 1492, and voila! Windows Update works again.
>>
>> I write this post so that someone else doesn't overlook a simple
>> solution to a very
>> frustrating problem.
>>
>> Router / Firewall / Wireless Router MTU ==> 1492 or less <snip>
>>
>> Result posted by "tinman"
>> <snip> The problem is with the AOL connection. Basically you need to
>> amend the MTU
>> settings of the WAN down to 1400. You can experiment and see if it
>> works going up to
>> 1460 but it doesn't work past that. <snip>
>>
>> "Jean-Paul" wrote:
>>
>> Provider : Wanadoo (french)
>> Firewall : Cisco 877
>> defaut MTU : 1450 => change to 1492
>>
>>
>> "nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:64961240-E2A2-4A13-80CF-456B5E206834@microsoft.com...
>> >I have a server with a ISA server 2000 installed on it, i have
>> >defined the
>> > anything said in http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=896226 on isa
>> > server. but
>> > when my internet explorer proxy connection is set to isa
>> > server(which is the
>> > server itself) i get the error 0x8024401B, and when i unset the
>> > proxy
>> > connection in IE to nothing i get the error 0x80072EE2.
>> >
>> > any one can help me?
>> > Thanks

>>
>>



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Old 28-08-2005
TaurArian [MVP]
 
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Re: 0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

Check out the rest of the links I provided.
Kaylene

"nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:580F4DE8-4AA9-4FB9-8AC7-C025FE08DBDA@microsoft.com...
> Thanks u
>> Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows
>> Installer

>
> i did but i got the error again.
>
> thanks
>
> "TaurArian [MVP]" wrote:
>
>> Courtesy of Domenic:-
>> Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services and check if Windows
>> Installer
>> is running. If not, turn it on. Doing this solved error 8024401B on my computer.
>>
>> Error 0x80072EE2 is: ERROR_INTERNET_TIMEOUT
>> Translation: The request has timed out.
>>
>> http://update.microsoft.com/windowsu...=en&IsMu=False
>>
>> When accessing the Update site, you receive the 0x80072EE2 or 0x80072EFD error.
>>
>>
>> http://www.updatexp.com/0x80072ee2.html
>> Finding a solution for the 0x80072EE2 error
>>
>> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=836941
>> You receive an "Error 0x80072EE2" or "Error 0x80072EFD" error message when you try
>> to
>> use Windows Update
>>
>> See also:
>> When searching for available updates on the Windows Update site, you
>> receive the 0x8024502d error.
>> http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...cleid=26&ln=en
>>
>> Posted by =Mac=
>>
>> <snip of relevant part> I was getting the 0x80072EE2 message on a machine this
>> evening. I never had a problem with it.
>>
>> I tried all of your suggestions to no avail. However, in a post from several
>> months
>> ago, someone mentioned an MTU seating on a router. I had upgraded the firmware on
>> my
>> home router several days ago and left the MTU set at the default of 1500. Come to
>> think of it, my Internet connection seemed a little sluggish since I upgraded the
>> firmware.
>>
>> I reset the MTU to 1492, and voila! Windows Update works again.
>>
>> I write this post so that someone else doesn't overlook a simple solution to a
>> very
>> frustrating problem.
>>
>> Router / Firewall / Wireless Router MTU ==> 1492 or less <snip>
>>
>> Result posted by “tinman”
>> <snip> The problem is with the AOL connection. Basically you need to amend the
>> MTU
>> settings of the WAN down to 1400. You can experiment and see if it works going up
>> to
>> 1460 but it doesn't work past that. <snip>
>>
>> "Jean-Paul" wrote:
>>
>> Provider : Wanadoo (french)
>> Firewall : Cisco 877
>> defaut MTU : 1450 => change to 1492
>>
>>
>> "nnmmss" <nnmmss@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:64961240-E2A2-4A13-80CF-456B5E206834@microsoft.com...
>> >I have a server with a ISA server 2000 installed on it, i have defined the
>> > anything said in http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=896226 on isa server. but
>> > when my internet explorer proxy connection is set to isa server(which is the
>> > server itself) i get the error 0x8024401B, and when i unset the proxy
>> > connection in IE to nothing i get the error 0x80072EE2.
>> >
>> > any one can help me?
>> > Thanks

>>
>>


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Old 11-10-2007
cyb3rr4t
 
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Re: 0x80072EE2 and 0x8024401B

Thanks dude,

Had this problem on numerous machines, annoyed the crap out of me
tried all the different solution to fix it but only just found this one

changed mtu to 1492 and it worked a treat

Once again thanks

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