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I am running Exchange 2010 SP1on a windows 2008 SP2 server. I keep flagging the same error everytime I run EXBPA even after applying the fix reccommended by EXBPA. It tells me that there is an updated verson to the NTFS.sys driver. The current version is 6.0.6002.22201. Is this a bug?
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as far as i know it is not a bug since I have never experience this on any of my installations but your version of ntfs.sys seems to be the latest http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=974646

did you reboot your system?
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According to this article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/981208

There's a newer version for R2 than the one Microsoft listed for SP2 in Akhater's link.
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the OP is running SP2 not R2
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Apologies. Brain not turned on yet. Anyone else hate early starts on a Monday?
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Can you download the update manually and apply it ?

Have not seen this before...
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Yes, I did reboot. When I try to do it again, it tells me thist this does not apply.
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I do not understand why I am getting the error. According to the Hot Fix it does not apply to Windows 2008 R2 which is what I am running. I am running the Enterprise version.
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I am sorry. That is incorrect. I am running windows 2008 standard SP2 on the machine having the problem. I am running R2 on my DC.
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and in the warning is there the name of the dc or the exchange server?
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No. The name of the server is not in the warning. It just says"The  update does not apply to your system". The message is generated from the" Windows Update Standalone Installer".
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Solution did not solve problem. I upgraded version of OS and solved problem.
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