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Small Business Server has a known compatibility issue

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Each time we logon to a Windows Vista Computer we get:
This program has known compatibility issues

setup.exe
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server has a known compatibility issue with this version of Windows and might not run as expected

SBS 2003 BPA recommends KB926505 but when we try to install, we get a setup error...

This update cannot be installed, either it is already installed as part of an existing service pack or it requires a more recent service pack

Microsoft Windows  Server 2003 for Small Business Server Service Pack 2 is installed

How can we solve this?
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Question by:Andy-UK
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by:Andy-UK
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You were right, hard to believe that SBS 2003 service pack 1 had nerer been installed - the server had been in use since 2005!

The Vista update failed installation previously - now it's fine
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