07-10-2008 10:07 AM
07-10-2008 01:52 PM
For what it is worth, this work around has failed for me.....
I was able to do the "install then shutdown", and it appeared to work fine....
On re-boot the security update no longer appeared in the "Windows Update", however I told it to "check for updates" and it again found the same SQL Server hot fix and show it still needs to be run....
Vista Home Premium, ACT 2007 (9.0) Version 220.127.116.11, Hotfix 1.
07-10-2008 01:54 PM
07-10-2008 04:49 PM
Sorry, I'm confused.....
The auto update downloaded the hotfix..... it was waiting to install, and there was a tray icon.....
I tried the suggested fix, shutting down with the "install then shutdown" option..... I watched it appear to successfullly install and then it shut down.....
When I booted back up, the update was no longer waiting to in the auto update listing..... however, I ask the system to check again for any updates and it again found the same SQL Server hot fix and show it still needs to be run....
So when you replied "It will happen if the Auto Update has downloaded it - you'll have the icon in the SysTray", I'm confused not understanding "what" will happen if "what"
07-14-2008 02:44 PM
I am also dealing with this. I have Vista Business and Version 10.0.2.191. The update installs and ACT works, but I get the "New updates are available" in the system tray icon. It has been installed "Successfully" over 6 times. I have done everything you've suggested Mike but it doesn't remove the notification.
On another developer forum, my son said that it's a problem that ACT! is evidently going to resolve on an update, but I don't know if that's accurate or not.
I hope this can be corrected soon!
07-15-2008 12:36 PM
I suspect Microsoft might need to fix the update or that Sage can roll the update into a future patch.
But I created a new system with ACT! and ran the update and it worked without any problem... so not sure why the Microsoft update doesn't work reliably or consistently.
07-30-2008 10:32 AM
07-30-2008 12:39 PM