When Azureus has updates to install, it does them when you quit the azureus application (such as through File->Exit, File->Restart, or one of the restart prompts). This process first does various checks to see if you have privileges to change files in Azureus' program directory. If you do, it simply copies the new files in, and exits or restarts. If you don't have enough privileges, it will try to elevate your privileges so that you can write. This usually results in asking you for an administrative password.
- Access was denied when trying to run 'AzureusUpdater.exe'. Make sure you have rights to run this program.
- When you last restarted or quit Azureus, you should have received a UAC (User Account Control) dialog box prompting you to enter an administrative password. If you clicked cancel, or the program did not run properly, you will see the above message. If you never receive this dialog box, try installing Azureus from http://vuze.com
- 'AzureusUpdater.exe' not found in '[azureus application dir]'
- For some reason, AzureusUpdater was not in your Azureus application directory (usually C:\Program Files\Azureus). The best remedy for this is to re-install Azureus from http://vuze.com