How to pass a vulnerabilty scan for GDI+

I have a server running Windows Server 2008.
I do nothing on this server except run a website that uses IIS 7 and SQL Server 2005.
I keep the server current with Microsoft Updates.
I have conducted a scan for PCI Compliance which is telling me I failed because of "Vulnerabilities in GDI+ Could Allow Remote Code Execution"

When I start to look into this it is not clear what I need to do to fix my problem.

Any help and guidance would be appreciated.
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If you google "Vulnerabilities in GDI+ Could Allow Remote Code Execution" you'll find that this is the title of more than one security advisory by microsoft. This simply means, that the scanning software thinks, you need to install some patches against that vulnerability. Do that. Best would be to install all patches there are, simply by running windows update.
GenesisTechAuthor Commented:
McKnife - As I stated in my question, I have already run Windows Update and all updates have been installed.

So, why does it fail the scan and how do I know what I need to install?
Which PCI scanner are you using?

GenesisTechAuthor Commented:
Maybe the scan is just faulty. It might detect absent patches because it itself is outdated.
Let me explain: Some detection software that was engineered in august 2015 might not be able to detect the presence/absence of patches that are newer than august 2015. It might just "say": I don't know that file version that I have detected (which might be newer=higher), but my catalogue says, if the version is not 1.1, it is insecure, so it must be.

You should ask the support of the scanner what that behavior could mean.

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