What more do you need to change its status to optional?
I'm thinking about the INI-setting for the file-checker, where you can set ADVISORIES=0/1. The expectation should be that all missing advisories will be reported.
But I agree, a non-high-priority advisory should be handled in another way than a high-priority advisory.
But on the other side, it's not bad when you replace existing files with the files from KB2264107, because you need to activate the new functionality in the registry.
My idea now is, to make it more prominent that KB2264107 is optional (but leave it still as advisory in the file-checker):
- add a remark in the update-list, that this is optional,
- add a remark in the update-name (file-checker) were you can see that this update is optional when this update will be reported as missing.
- add an additional hint for this update (file-checker) were you can see that this update is optional when this update was found in HF