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Not doing this will allow migration to Windows 10 with unsupported software leading to potential issues once the migration is complete. Choosing to Uninstall can trigger the following issues: The following errors appear in the firewall system log: We use Sophos so the exact address can be changed by us inside the product without affecting your configuration.
You may want to consider disabling this security measure for the updating service account or else proactively monitor the expiration dates and ensure console updating policies are set correctly.
Put in a user account which definitely has access to your share don't forget to put the domain in front of your account. Are you using the default settings or are you using a self created account within your policy? Can't say what the cause could be and as I've said there I haven't encountered this issue. Putting the Sophos SAU account into the local user group in my opinion is just some kind of troubleshooting.
What to do Check the share as set in the updating policy is available and you can connect to it. If Tamper protection is enabled the uninstall will fail.
Things to consider are firewalls or proxies blocking connections or if, for example, the update address is shared via IIS mime types and port numbers have to be correct. Custom configuration settings need to be reapplied following the upgrade: What to do Ensure the Workstation service can be started on the endpoint computer.
If the address is correct and accessible by the endpoint computer the password set in the updating policy may be incorrect. This is due to some of the Sophos registry keys not being migrated during the OS upgrade. Two computers specifically have issues with Sophos: Before migrating, you will need to turn off Sophos Tamper Protection as detailed in article Sophos Endpoint: Please install a program or, if one is already installed, create an association in the Default Programs control panel.
But in another recent thread there's a report of updates getting stuck when the latest version is used.
If that's the case check the password in there or check if you forgot to put the domain name in front of your account if you're using a domain account and the CID is located on a member server forgetting the domain might lead to the point that Auto Update is trying to authenticate as a local account - which in this case is not existing. So if any part of your firewall configuration is blocking windows file sharing the updating will fail.
QC fixing machines individually shouldn't be necessary if they are managed.