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Microsoft Update: KB2862330 - Multiple installs

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This patch installs "successfully", server reboots, Windows Update reports the patch needs to be installed. Tried manually installing it as well. No BSOD as some have reported but how do I resolve this?
Server 2003 SP2
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This is a known issue with this patch.  Check you Windows Update History to make sure it actually has installed successfully.  If it has you can safely hide it.
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If the patch installed "successfully," worry not. MS will fix it soon. Let it reinstall if it wants to. No harm.
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I hid the update. Now I see a message "You have hidden an important update" Click here to restore and install" At lease the server's no longer prompting to install (and restart)!
I'm sure next Tuesday will "fix" everything!
Thanks.
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