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WinSCP and Firefox Fail with Error 0x80070002

Started by wokkeltje, January 04, 2019, 01:09:33 AM

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Justin Chalfant (Patch My PC)

The issue will still exist in 1902 we can confirm that.

Justin Chalfant (Patch My PC)

Merged a few similar topics.

A Little Background

  • SCCM 1806 originally had a bug where the in-consolep publishing of a download URL that contained a space such as http://download-installer-origin.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/66.0.3/win64/en-US/Firefox Setup 66.0.3.exe would fail to publish with full-content. This bug was fixed in CB 1810.
  • SCCM 1810 and 1902 resolved the publishing bug with spaces, but it now seems there is another issue on the client side where any update where the installer filename contains a space such as "Firefox Setup 66.0.3 x64.exe" will fail on the client side with error (0x80070002 = The system cannot find the file specified.) We reported this to the SCCM product group on 05/17/2019 and hope for a resolution in a future current branch build.

Workaround for this Issue:

UPDATE: See workaround in the post below.

The current workaround for this is to re-publish affected updates (Current known updates with issues is WinSCP and Firefox) using our publishing service https://patchmypc.com/publishing-service-setup-documentation as it is not affected by this issue.

More info on how to republish updates with our service at:

When, Why, and How to Republish Update(s) - https://patchmypc.com/faq-scup-catalog#republishing-updates

Justin Chalfant (Patch My PC)

UPDATE: Workaround Fix Released on May 23, 2019

After working with the Microsoft Configuration Manager product group and digging deeper into why this 80070002 (The system cannot find the file specified.) actually occurs. We were able to modify the filename in the SDP to match the downloaded filename from the vendor until a more permanent resolution is added into a future Configuration Manager current branch update.

We have created new updates that were released on May 23, 2019, at 8:30 PM that should resolve the 80070002 error on the client side. This updates will supersede the previous UpdateIDs with the same title name.

  • WinSCP 5.15.1                                 UpdateID: 3e2aa875-ad20-4053-a653-63e8b2dce8f0
  • Mozilla Firefox 67.0.0 (x64)              UpdateID: 286bda43-2fc1-4f7d-8053-446b4f4a0cba
  • Mozilla Firefox 67.0.0 (x86)              UpdateID: 9b386b70-6fbc-4e24-803d-e270a4dea9e2
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 60.7.0 (x64)        UpdateID: 4ed2b277-bfba-477d-b578-002ccf056179
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 60.7.0 (x86)        UpdateID: cdea1ad7-e060-4b03-8fc2-7b95544b45b2