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SBS 2008 Can't delete Best Practice alert

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I have a SBS 2008 server that I ran MS Best Practice Anaylizer on. There was a error, which I have since fixed but the alert keeps coming up in the reports. This happen almost a month ago. I can't seem to get rid of it. Cleared the logs, rebooted the server. RAN BPA again.Nothing seemed to work. Anybody got a way to clear this error, it is really annoying.
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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd145275(WS.10).aspx

click View notification settings on the Network page of the Windows SBS Console, and then clear the associated check box on the Event Log errors tab
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While this does take care of the immidate problem, all it does is stop the errors from reporting. I would really like to clear the error out, since I may want to schedule BPSA in the future. But MS didn't reall offer a (complete solution either so I guess I am stuck.  Thanks for the help.
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