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I am trying to run windows update on few windows2003 server and i noticed some of the security update for windows server 2003 were not installed.
The message like below.
do i reboot the server to make the rest of the windows update to be installed.
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Yes some updates require a restart to complete and thus will not allow others to be installed.

Or that update is already applied.

Restart and you should see one more update to apply
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how do i check that the update is already got intsalled.
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by:Thomas Grassi
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go into control panel
add or remove programs
show updates
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thank you for your quick reply.
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