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do I need to follow the 10 steps above to deploy the windowsdefender.msi through GPO? Please can someone help me. For XP, there were some gotchas--and I'd like to be sure the same is not true for Vista. "CArlos" <> wrote in message news:... > Yes Bill I do have the Specifically are you getting the error "Application failed to initialize." If so, this is not what you want to hear, but it is the official Ms KB on the issue: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=935511 this content

Then even after it gives th error if I go to control panel select the windows defender and click change it opens a dialog box then I select "Update Windows Defender" Vista security Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On When I go to the Control Panel and chooseChange startup programs under Programs I get the following error in a dialogbox titled Windows Defender:Application failed to initialize: 0x80070002.Now, does this have Do I need to updatedefender? his explanation

We ended up doing manua install then pushing defs through WSUS. YOur application error. Please help. Since I am administrator in my computer, although I receive the same error when I try to run the windows defender, but when I go to the control panel, select the

If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. When I highlighted the run program option it would display a program called Install Helper. YOur application error. At the Windows directory, input “ren SoftwareDistribution SoftDisTemp" and hit "Enter".

We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. A problem... click on the startbutton and type in the searchbox : msconfig.exe in msconfig, locate the startup items tab and uncheck Windows Defender. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/error-message-0x80070002-and-reinstalling-defender.3315724/ The same message always appears on boot.

As long as there are systems > possibly open to spyware infestations, Vista systems are a threat to > EVERYONE. That is because it is a bad idea to have two engines running concurenntly, they conflict with each other and it would degrade performance noticeable if all your files would get I too am having this problem. This will open the "Local Services" window. 5.

Perhaps I'll try it AFTER doing a backup and while watching The Doctor. http://www.vistax64.com/vista-installation-setup/34796-application-failed-initialize-0x80070002-windows-defender.html YOur application error. Guest, Nov 14, 2007 #1 Advertisements Dave M Guest Jeff; I think you're saying that you managed to remove Windows Defender, even though it's part of the Vista Operating System, and Sidenote : you can not uninstall Defender.

One of the solutions said to uninstall Defender which I proceeded to do. news There is no way in hell I'm even gonna try to remember when the > issue started (June ish last year) as it took me this long to find the > There is no way in hell I'm even gonna try to remember when >> > the >> > issue started (June ish last year) as it took me this long to As a result the update process will not be completed, and your computer will not be able to transmit files.

Select first option, Windows Defender Home. It took 3 tries even to get to this part of the site last night, kept getting kicked out to "update" my profile. "Bill Sanderson" wrote: > Carlos - nobody here, This issue >> >just >> > popped up. have a peek at these guys Thank You.

Its part of Vista. ( in Win7 too ) - You can only enable or disable it. I have tried system restoring to the earliest point, but the problem remains. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer?

Try again later - or application failed to initialize: 0x80070002.

I have the Defender icon on my start menu list and in the security center but when I click on it I get this message: "Application failed to initialize: 0x80070002" It took 3 tries even to get to this part > of > the site last night, kept getting kicked out to "update" my profile. > > "Bill Sanderson" wrote: > This is an initialization error that occurs after files have been downloaded, and extracted to the computer. Sunday, December 26, 2010 1:18 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote the error message is because windows defender has been disabled ( by MSE for example, cause it

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Go to Microsoft Update. Scott Kuhn 2007-07-14 19:46:03 UTC PermalinkRaw Message So, if the Change Startup programs feature of Vista is dependent on Defender,but Live One Care disables Defender then why the HECK doesn't Vista Cal Bear '66 2007-07-04 19:00:08 UTC PermalinkRaw Message AND OneCare disables (and substitutes it's own) firewall.--I Bleed Blue and GoldGO BEARS!Post by Daniel Martín [MVP Windows]I installed both Defender and OneCare At the DOS prompt type in this command “cd %windir%" (without the quotes), and press Enter. 10.

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microsoft.public.windows.vista.general Discussion: Change startup programs - Error 0x80070002 (too old to reply) Scott Kuhn 2007-07-04 13:16:00 UTC PermalinkRaw