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Why is WSUS status for IE7 showing as Not Applicable for installed machines?

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We are using WSUS to deploy IE7.  It is working fine but the WSUS reports show a status of "Not Applicable" instead of "Installed" for every machine that actually has it installed.  If you click on the status you get this: "Installation successful and restart required for the following update: Windows Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP".  But I have verified that the machines have all been rebooted but they still show this same status of Not Applicable.   Other updates including XP SP3 always have a status of Installed when they are finished.
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Thanks...I guess it would work the same for IE7 as it would for Service Packs.
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