Trust the version number you are seeing under properties. If windows is
insisting that there is a pending reboot even after you've rebooted, it
means an installer didn't clean up after itself in the registry. Follow the
technet article to resolve that.
As far as SP2 you are seeing in the registry, ignore it. Installers create
and adjust registry keys all the time as they move data around. The
Exchange SP2 installer will check actual DLL versions, so what you are
seeing will not interfere with the installation.
"Richard K" <rkokoski@newsgroup> wrote in message
> OK I ran the SBS2008 BPA and it reports that Exchange 2007 SP2 is not
> installed. I do a little more research and see a tool that Microsoft has
> put out to help install SP2 on an SBS2008 server. I download the SP2 and
> the tool and start to run. When the SP2 installation starts it errors out
> saying that a "reboot from a previous installation is pending. Please
> restart the system and rerun setup". I go ahead and restart the server.
> When I go and start the process again I get the same error.
> I've obviously rebooted so that didn't fix it. After a little more
> I came across another article about a registry key adjustment but when I
> look at my registry under hklm\software\microsoft\updates I see Exchange
> 2007\SP2. SP2? There are 2 entries under that key for KB970162 (Rollup
> and KB981407 (Rollup 10).
> What am I missing here? Why is there a key for Exchange 2007\SP2 and
> according to the BPA it is not installed? When I go into the Exchange
> console/help about I see version 08.01.0436.000
> -Richard K