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Tutorial: How to make WSUS 3.0 Selfupdate work with Apache

October 5, 2008 3 comments

The problem: You want to run Apache or another web server besides IIS on port 80 on a machine which is also running Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). When you disable IIS’s Default Web Site running on port 80, WSUS stops working normally and the following error is reported in the Event Log:

Event ID: 13042
Type: Error
Self-update is not working.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

The cause: While client machines use an IIS web site on port 8530 by default to interact with WSUS, some files are required to be accessible on port 80 as well.

The solution: Make the needed files available via Apache or the other web server you want to run on port 80. Read more…

PHPCron: Running scheduled tasks from PHP on a web server

October 17, 2006 7 comments

PHPCron is a simple PHP script which lets you run multiple tasks on a schedule or timer. It can be run either from the command-line or via a web browser. Its behaviour is very similar to the popular¬†cron¬†program for UNIX. Read more…

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