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What version of SUS do I have?

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I'm trying to utilize SUS on my W2k Server with a W2k/XP network.  I think that I may need to install SUS SP1, but I'm not sure.  The SUS admin page on my server says that it is Version 1.0.3630.2552, but the SP 1 web page says that it is Version 5.4.3630.2552.  Am I that far out of date, or am I misunderstanding something.  I just downloaded and installed this a few weeks ago.  I've found an entry on the server for SUS, but nothing for SUS SP1 in the add/remove programs window.
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I am running SUS SP1 and have the same version number on my admin page, so I think you are fine there (you have installed SUS SP1).  Make sure your PCs have the latest SPs as well to ensure they have the client portion of SUS.  Windows 2000 gets it Windows Update component from Service Pack 3 or later.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/sus/susdeployment.mspx
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