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A workstation may become the master browser instead of a Windows Server 2003-based member server

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I am having a problem as identified in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/843517

I have windows Server 2003 SP1 installed.
Microsoft have sent methe 'fix' but with SP1 installed it retunrs the erro that the file I have installed in newer and stops the install.
Microsoft are not ebing very helpful on this matter oonce I updated them!

Has anyone else experiecned this problem.  I suspect it is effect some other issues I have within my network such as clients not being able to access my provate wireless network.
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This isn't PAQed yet, but this might work via GPO

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