But I can't understand why Windows 10 is trying to install an XP update on a machine that has never has XP on it. That was a naming convention 'screw-up' of Microsoft with the naming of Windows XP and Office XP, tried to tie them together.If you have ANY portion of Office XP on your computer that can be identified as part of Office XP/2002 such as Power Point Viewer, Word Viewer, Excel Viewer, etc., it probably is picking it up and offering that update.Double-click on it and change its value to Checked as shown in following screenshot: If the value is already set to Checked, then change it to Free and click on OK.Network Access Protection (NAP) – NAP is a policy enforcement platform with which you can better protect network assets by enforcing compliance with system health requirements.But I can't understand why Windows 10 is trying to install an XP update on a machine that has never has XP on it. yes, same damned situation with my two Lenovo laptops now running Windows 10, and that idiotic error message about unable to install an update about office XP service pak3. Microsoft is off on this one and needs to do something about it!!!But I can't understand why Windows 10 is trying to install an XP update on a machine that has never has XP on it. My current laptop was purchased new last October, loaded with 8.1.
This file automatically updates all installed Performance Point client, server, and database files and schema to the latest version.Below you'll find all the latest information on both service packs, and these other major updates that Microsoft is regularly pushing to its users.As of June 2017, the last major update to Windows 10 is Windows 10 Version 1703, also known as the .All clients and servers must be updated with Performance Point Server 2007 SP3 for continued communication and operation.Performance Point Server 2007 SP3 only updates version 2007 Performance Point servers and clients.