Cannot communicate with Windows Update server no matter what I try

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  1. Posts : 4,552
    Windows 11 Pro 64-bit
       #11

    I think your problem is cause by Cisco AnyConnect Client software.

    VPN - Uninstall Cisco AnyConnect Client on Windows | Office of Information Technology
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  2. Posts : 16
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #12

    I didn't have that exact program, but I have removed the Cisco VPN client and the result is the same.

    I'll try from home so that I can make sure it's not the "SCCM" stuff interfering.
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  3. Posts : 4,552
    Windows 11 Pro 64-bit
       #13

    With this batch script you can reset TCP/IP protocol suite to its default settings.

    Code:
    @Echo Off & Cls
    
    net sess>nul 2>&1||(powershell start cmd -ArgumentList """/c %~0""" -verb Runas & exit)
    
    Call :IsAdmin
    
    netsh winsock reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int ipv4 reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int ipv6 reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int httpstunnel reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int portproxy reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int tcp reset  2> nul
    
    
    
    Sc config Dnscache start= auto
    
    Sc config “Dhcp” start= auto
    
    
    Cls & Mode CON LINES=4 COLS=48 & Color 0E
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo Finish resetting Winsock catolog & resetting TCP/IP stack.
    
    Ping -n 4 localhost >Nul
    Cls & Mode CON LINES=7 COLS=52 & Color 0E
    Echo THIS SYSTEM WILL REBOOT.
    Echo.
    Echo PLEASE SAVE ALL WORK IN PROGRESS.
    Echo.
    Echo Press 'ENTER' Key To Reboot System.
    Pause >Nul
    Shutdown /r /t 5 /c "REBOOTING THE SYSTEM"
    Exit
    
    :IsAdmin
    Reg query "HKU\S-1-5-19\Environment"
    If Not %ERRORLEVEL% EQU 0 (
    Cls & Mode CON LINES=5 COLS=48 & Color 0C & Title .... WARNING ....
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo YOU MUST HAVE ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS TO CONTINUE
    Pause >Nul & Exit
    )
    Cls
    Goto :EOF
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  4. Posts : 16
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #14

    At home I was able to connect to Windows Update and install updates. So it must be the SCCM settings they have at work.

    - - - Updated - - -

    FreeBooter said:
    With this batch script you can reset TCP/IP protocol suite to its default settings.

    Code:
    @Echo Off & Cls
    
    net sess>nul 2>&1||(powershell start cmd -ArgumentList """/c %~0""" -verb Runas & exit)
    
    Call :IsAdmin
    
    netsh winsock reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int ipv4 reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int ipv6 reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int httpstunnel reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int portproxy reset  2> nul
    
    netsh int tcp reset  2> nul
    
    
    
    Sc config Dnscache start= auto
    
    Sc config “Dhcp” start= auto
    
    
    Cls & Mode CON LINES=4 COLS=48 & Color 0E
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo Finish resetting Winsock catolog & resetting TCP/IP stack.
    
    Ping -n 4 localhost >Nul
    Cls & Mode CON LINES=7 COLS=52 & Color 0E
    Echo THIS SYSTEM WILL REBOOT.
    Echo.
    Echo PLEASE SAVE ALL WORK IN PROGRESS.
    Echo.
    Echo Press 'ENTER' Key To Reboot System.
    Pause >Nul
    Shutdown /r /t 5 /c "REBOOTING THE SYSTEM"
    Exit
    
    :IsAdmin
    Reg query "HKU\S-1-5-19\Environment"
    If Not %ERRORLEVEL% EQU 0 (
    Cls & Mode CON LINES=5 COLS=48 & Color 0C & Title .... WARNING ....
    Echo.
    Echo.
    Echo YOU MUST HAVE ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS TO CONTINUE
    Pause >Nul & Exit
    )
    Cls
    Goto :EOF
    Did not solve it.
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