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Help and Support Service missing after W2003 SP2 installation

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After the installation of Windows 2003 R2 Std Service Pack 2, the Help and Support service is not running and missing from my list of services.  Does M$ know about this and how do we get it back?
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You must be logged on as the Administrator...
Click Start->Run->%systemroot%\inf <Enter>
Look for PCHealth.inf, right-click it and click Install
Reboot...
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Happy to help - thanx for the grade! :^)
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by:THEarle
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Thanks, it worked fine and the service has been restored.  I wonder if Microsoft knows about this problem.
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