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Re: [ISSForum] Troubles with installing XPU's
From: Jason Baeder (jason_baederyahoo.com)
Date: Mon Nov 21 2005 - 08:39:03 CST
I have not seen that particular XPU-related error before. However, I
have found that when there are updates for the SP Core or the SP
Database I need update them _first_, then _reboot_ both before
updating the sensors. Otherwise, things get really weird. I'm pretty
sure that ISS recommends updating the Database and Core first, but I
don't think they mention the reboot.
--- Richard Franken <rs.frankengmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Currently I am having issues applying ANY XPU update on a Realsecure
> Siteprotector 2.0 SP 5.2 environment. Everytime I try to update a
> Sensor I receive the following error:
> Installing update package SiteProtector/SPSS_POLICY_20041214.xpu
> Installation of update failed. Error: Could not find XPU Target.
> Acquire master status on Sensor ss_SENSORxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx(#11)
> Installing the update ...
> Update file SiteProtector/SPSS_POLICY_20041214.xpu has already been
> downloaded, no need to download.
> When I try to update one of the Internetscanners, I receive the
> exact same
> error message.
> However, when I try to update the SP Core (running SP 5.2.) it shows
> a 5.1update for the Database, it can be installed, but nothing
> in the
> console, nor does the Available Update column change from Yes to No.
> Has anyone seen this before and know what to do? Right now I am
> kinda stuck
> with the situation.
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