Thank you for posting this to the MBSA discussion alias. So we can resolve
this in short order, can you send a ZIP'ed copy of your WindowsUpdate.LOG
from the target machine that reported this and a screenshot of your Programs
and Features with all of the installed Microsoft Office products in view?
Plesae send this to my email address below with the "online." removed.
I'm quite confident that there is at least one Office 2007 (or the Office
2007 Compatibility pack) that has not been updated to Service Pack 2 - which
is why MBSA is correctly reporting that this update is needed. Your
WindowsUpdate.LOG will allow me to confirm this.
Doug Neal [MSFT]
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System is running Vista Ultimate x86 SP2 and Office Professional 2007 SP2
(Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Visio). After all October 2009
updates installed via Microsoft Update (direct from Microsoft, no WSUS),
an online MBSA scan using wsusscn2.cab with
Issue: Office Security Updates
Score: Check failed (non-critical)
Result: 1 service packs or update rollups are missing.
Update Rollups and Service Packs
| 953195 | Missing | The 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 2
The download link given is to
All Office Applications except Visio 2007 are running SP2 verified by
their help menus. I think this may be detection error, and I am also
concerned why I am not receiving a prompt to install Visio 2007 SP2.