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Server shows it installed updates, but they are missing from the "Installed Updates" screen

Posted on 2014-12-03
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We had 10 updates install on 12/3, and one or more of them are causing problems on the server.  When I go to the Installed Updates windows from Add Remove Programs, I cannot find them.
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You are looking in the wrong place--go to windows update in control panel and then look on the upper left for "view update history"; click on that--you should see them there you can even arrange them by date installed--hope that helps
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ok - thanks for your help.
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welcome hope you get it working if not let us know have  great day
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