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Hi Experts,

I am getting this message  when I log into my MS SBS 2011 server.

"An update for MS SharePoint Foundation 20120 was installed on your Small Business Server. You must now complete the installation process by running the PSConfig Utility to update the SharePoint databases. If you have already run the PSConfig, you can ignore this message"

I performed the steps found at this link and rebooted the server but I am still getting this message when I log into the SBS server.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/94c5f178-f020-4d0f-ba7c-11c415d0d862/manually-running-psconfig-is-required-after-installing-sharepoint-foundation-2010-updates?forum=smallbusinessserver

How do I get rid of this message ?

Thanks
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Have you run PSConfig as an admin successfully?
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Yes
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Reinstall the latest update again and if necessary, unzip it again.  Had a similar issue with an exchange server.
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Thank you for your help.

I found a thread that says it can take up to 24 jours for the message to go away.

I will wait until tomorrow before performing  your steps.

I will keep you posted.
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Many thanks and have a good night.
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You are welcome and have a good night also.
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Imtiaz Hasham,


Thanks again for your help. The messages are gone now. I guess it does take some time for the messages to stop displaying.

Thanks.
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