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Jeremy_Scheiderer

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:tazz: does anyone know what this error means in windows update?
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Did you install an earlier version of the netframework 2 beta? Or perhaps a program did

Go to add/remove software and see if netramework 2 is showing....remove it

try update again
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Is it NT OS?? If so this is an explanation from microsoft Technet:

0x1011 Site Server Authentication Service: The authentication messages received from %1 clients using proxies had incorrect checksums. If this server is one of multiple servers using the same DNS name, then one or more of the servers may have an incorrect Shared Authentication Key. The number of correct authentications using proxies is currently %2.

Type: Warning

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If this server is one of multiple servers using the same DNS name, then one or more of the servers may have an incorrect Shared Authentication Key.
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problem was solved after a reboot.
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