This alert posted for my 2012 server today but was not applicable to my server upon install
[Error] Missing Operating System Update KB2905412 may cause Stop error 0xD1 in a Windows Server-based computer that has multiple processors
System Center Advisor detects that multiple processors exist in this Windows Server-based computer. This may cause computers to crash with stop error 0xD1. Apply hotfix 2905412 to stop computers going crash. See the following Knowledge Base article for more information.
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Path: /Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard
Created On: 10/2/2014 4:48:00 PM*
Last Occurred: 10/2/2014 4:48:00 PM*
Last Modified By: *
Number of detections: 1
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The hotfix 2905412 can be installed on a clean Windows Server 2012 RTM. However, if there are other hotfixes that superseded this one, then the patch cannot be installed – as you say – but our alert still got generated because those checks used the “Get-Hotfix” cmdlet which will still report the patch as missing…
The resolution was to compare the file versions the hotfixes updated rather than using “Get-Hotfix” cmdlet.
We have identified and fixed several rules that experienced similar issues and the November context update has been deployed today.