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    error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64

    skate88 Rookie

      windows 10 cumulative update feb 2018 will not deploy

      have tried using shavlik and running the file manually

      getting error 0x80092004

       

      i deployed the january update KB4056892 via shavlik and that is showing as installed twice ?

      anyone else having issues with this patch ?

        • 1. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
          cwinning CommunityTeam

          Hello,

           

          I don't see any known issues with 4074588 or 4056892,  Is there more to the error 0x80092004 error?  It's a Microsoft error that can indicate file corruption or other things to depending on the text.

           

          Run a sfc.exe /scannow and a Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth against the target.

           

          Thanks,

          Charles

           

          • 2. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
            skate88 Rookie

            hi charles

            i have about 100 machines all with the same error, so i am not sure if they can all be corrupted

             

             

            10.0.16299.192  was deployed last month with shavlik,  but it shows as being installed twice under add remove programs?  (see attached)install.jpg

             

             

            dism   shows a different tool version to the image version  is this normal ?

             

            Tool zur Imageverwaltung für die Bereitstellung

            Version: 10.0.16299.15

             

            Abbildversion: 10.0.16299.192

             

            dism /CheckHealth    and sfc  both report no problems

             

            cbs log says

             

            Loaded Servicing Stack v10.0.16299.245 with Core: C:\WINDOWS\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.16299.245_none_16ec1d963212a637\cbscore.dll

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CSI    00000001@2018/2/22:09:36:06.353 WcpInitialize (wcp.dll version 0.0.0.6) called (stack @0x7ffc59fe4519 @0x7ffc5a83c1c6 @0x7ffc5a83c688 @0x7ff6d5712c32 @0x7ff6d5713cb2 @0x7ffc63296d23)

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Winlogon: TiCoreOnCreateSession has been called

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Lock: New lock added: CCbsSessionManager, level: 11, total lock:8

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Lock: New lock added: CSIInventoryCriticalSection, level: 64, total lock:9

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Startup: BlockTime: 10800000ms, BlockTimeIncrement: 900000ms

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    SetProgressMessage: progressMessageStage: 0, ExecuteState: ExecuteStateNone, SubStage: 0

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Retrieved original failure status: 0x00000000, last forward execute state: CbsExecuteStateStageDrivers

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    SetProgressMessage: progressMessageStage: 0, ExecuteState: ExecuteStateNone, SubStage: 0

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Startup: current ExecuteState is CbsExecuteStateStageDrivers

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    SetProgressMessage: progressMessageStage: 0, ExecuteState: CbsExecuteStateStageDrivers, SubStage: 0

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Disabling LKG boot option

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Startup: Initializing driver operations queue.

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Startup: Initializing advanced operation queue.

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CSI    00000002 CSI Store 1730866747808 initialized

            2018-02-22 10:36:06, Info                  CBS    Startup: Waiting for SC autostart event

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Startup: SC autostart event signaled

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Failed reading PoqexecCmdline registry key [HRESULT = 0x80070002 - ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND]

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Failed to get poqexec cmdline from Components\Configuration. [HRESULT = 0x80070002 - ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND]

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Setting ExecuteState key to: CbsExecuteStateResolvePending

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    SetProgressMessage: progressMessageStage: -1, ExecuteState: CbsExecuteStateResolvePending, SubStage: 0

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Startup: Processing advanced operation queue, startupPhase: 0

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CSI    00000003 IAdvancedInstallerAwareStore_ResolvePendingTransactions (call 1) (flags = 0000000a, progress = NULL, phase = 0, pdwDisposition = @0x69dcffdb90

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CSI    00000004 Poqexec successfully registered in [l:12 ml:13]'SetupExecute'

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Failed to get merged pending executionsequence info. [HRESULT = 0x80070490 - ERROR_NOT_FOUND]

            2018-02-22 10:36:07, Info                  CBS    Failed to report poqexec status. [HRESULT = 0x80070490 - ERROR_NOT_FOUND]

             

             

            windows update log says

            2018.02.22 10:36:08.4983113 3452  4780  Handler         Update status code is 0x80092004

            2018.02.22 10:36:08.4983132 3452  4780  Handler         Failed to install the update

            2018.02.22 10:36:08.5005058 3452  4780  Handler         Leave GetPostRebootResult for Deployment handler

            2018.02.22 10:36:08.5271294 3452  4780  Reporter        OS Product Type = 0x00000030

            • 3. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
              cwinning CommunityTeam

              Hello,

               

              It's possible you have the cumulative and delta versions of 4056892 installed on this machine. Our detection logic won't offer both, I'm not sure how they were both installed. Are you able to uninstall both instances of the patch, restart the machine, scan and deploy again?  Does one instance of the patch show missing?

               

              Regarding 'Update status code is 0x80092004' there are quite a few posts on the internet.  The fixes varied from DISM, SFC.exe /scannow, MS fixit tool and so on. I would highly reccomend posting on an MS forum or possibly user the patchmanagement.org mailing list to ask a question. 

               

              Also, I don't know if 2 image versions is normal.

               

              Thanks,

              Charles

              • 4. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                skate88 Rookie

                kb4056892 was deployed to all machines using shavlik

                as you can see both installs are from the same date, so shavlik caused this as far as i am concerned

                i dont deploy updates any other way......

                 

                i have removed both pathces from one machine, that puts it back to build 16299.15

                the same as the dism version it lists under tools

                 

                from this point i cannot install any updates , have tried dism clean up

                i guess all i can do is open a support ticket and pay at microsoft

                • 5. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                  cwinning CommunityTeam

                  Hello,

                   

                  Let me research this issue more, I'm going to work directly with our Content Team and perform some testing.

                   

                  Regards,

                  Charles

                  • 6. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                    skate88 Rookie

                    hi, i have logged a support incident with microsoft, will update if i get any news

                    if its of use i can attach update logs to the ticket i have open with you  01413294

                    • 7. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                      cwinning CommunityTeam

                      Hello,

                       

                      No need for logs at the moment, I will let you know what I find in my testing with our Content Team.

                       

                      Thanks,

                      Charles

                      • 8. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                        skate88 Rookie

                        ok , did a bit more testing

                        so removing the 2 january updates puts the build back to 16299.15  (rtm)

                        i get the same error whichever update i then try applying

                         

                        i reinstalled the rtm build from iso, doing an inplace upgrade keeping all settings

                        this puts the build also back to 16299.15

                        at this point i can install the feb update successfully

                        • 9. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                          cwinning CommunityTeam

                          Hello,

                           

                          We can reproduce the issue by installing 4056892 and verifying it shows installed 2 times.  Our conclusion is the issue is caused by a defective Microsoft delta patch. Currently there are no fixes that we are aware of as uninstalling the patch is unsuccessful, all tooling like DISM, SGC and fixit tools are ineffective. We have yet to find a method to fix the issue 4056892 is causing and have also filed a defect with Microsoft.We are actively monitoring Microsoft's patch feed for a patch that repairs machines in this state and will release it into the XML feed the day it is released. 

                           

                          Your workaround is interesting, I will test it myself.  If proven effective I will share it will customers who require an immediate fix and don't mind the manual method.  We are prompting all customers with this issue to contact Microsoft, I will post an update if we get updates through their cases.

                           

                          Please let us know what Microsoft replies with.

                           

                          Best regards,

                          Charles

                          • 10. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                            skate88 Rookie

                            Hi

                            interestingly i was able to remove the 2 instances of 4055892 using add remove programs, and the build number reverts to rtm, but it will not accept any patches , even after dism and software distribution folder cleanup.

                            my "workaround" was just a test really, not sure its practical on a large scale, you need to make sure it can keep settings and tell it to not try if it can't. is there a switch for that?

                             

                            interesting that the jan CU was rushed out early because of the spectre/intel issue, is this perhaps why the patch is defective...

                            again we come back to the folly of "full file " patching.

                            1. if the patch wont roll , like in this case, i have 100 exposed machines missing the security updates

                            2. these full file patches can cause all sorts of side effects, causing the internet "windows experts" to advise people not to apply them -....   er .. what about the security patches that are included ?  at least with the old patching method you could prioritize the most severe patches....  

                            • 11. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                              mmartinvegue Rookie

                              Thanks for posting this.  I have the same issue with KB4056892 installed twice and now cannot install KB4074588.

                              • 12. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                                cwinning CommunityTeam

                                Hello,

                                 

                                Another possible fix is to uninstall both bad delta and run a dism cleanup:

                                 

                                1. dism.exe /online /remove-package /packagename:Package_for_RollupFix_Wrapper~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~16299.192.1.9
                                2. dism.exe /online /remove-package /packagename:Package_for_RollupFix_Wrapper~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~16299.248.1.17
                                3. Dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup

                                 

                                Then install the full cumulative update KB4074588.

                                 

                                Thanks,

                                Charles

                                • 13. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                                  skate88 Rookie

                                  hi

                                   

                                  i tried your 3 commands, reboot install full file

                                   

                                  same error , it doesnt work for me

                                  • 14. Re: error 0x80092004  trying to deploy kb4074588 windows 10 x64
                                    cwinning CommunityTeam

                                    Thank you for testing, it seems it's not a fix-all.  Has anyone heard back from Microsoft?

                                     

                                    Regards,

                                    Charles

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