- Product: WrappingBITS, details: "This setup requires the .NET Framework. Please install the .NET Framework and run this setup again" - As stated this program requires the .Net Framework from Microsoft. See the link below to download and install the .Net Framework Redistributable.
- Product: Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition, details: "You must be logged in as an administrator to work with this installation program" - Try what the details say, namely log in as an administrator to install this program.
- Product: Microsoft Windows Update Auto Update, details: "Microsoft Windows Update Auto Update requires Windows 2000 SP2 or Windows XP" - See ME835399
- Product: Microsoft Office 2000 SR-1 Premium, details: "Some default settings in Microsoft Office 2000 setup do not work properly on a Windows Terminal Server. To install Office on Terminal Server, you must use the instructions and tools available in your Office 2000 Resource Kit or at http://www.microsoft.com/Office/ORK/" - Happens when the default "termsrv.mst" is not used as source in the MS Office 2000 custom installation, to create a specific "mst" to setup Office on a Windows 2000 Terminal Server in application mode. See ME224313
to lacate the original "mst" file.
We experience this error when we try to deploy Win2k SP3 update.msi through Group Policy.
The same event id (10000) appears if you try to install SUS on a machine that does not have IIS running. The SUS setup fails and the reason it gives for failure is that you do not have IE 5.5 or later installed. The current version of IE running on my machine at the time was IE 6. So, it is very misleading.
Even tho this happened on a W2K machine, I imagine this will happen a lot on W2K3 machines if you do not install IIS.
You get this error when you try to install the downloadable Windows Update client from the Microsoft website and use that .MSI file to distribute through Active Directory Group Policy onto a Workstation/Server running either Windows 2000 SP3 or Windows XP SP1. You use that client only if you have Windows 2000 SP2 or Windows XP no SP3. Windows 2000 SP3 and Windows XP SP1 already have the new Client changes incorporated and automatically installed during the Service Pack installation. To solve this issue, remove the Windows Update Client from the Group Policy Object.