What is the appserver version?
This is BSA 8.2
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BSA 8.2.GA and lower, shavlik engine (that's used for windows patching) is at version 6.0
If you run Patch Analysis without using include filter, then superseded patches will be automatically ignored from analysis.
If you run Patch Analysis using include filter, then if you have superseded patch on your list, then it will not be ignored from analysis and may get reported missing by mistake.
BSA 8.2 SP1 and higher, shavlik engine is at version 8.0
Superseded patches will be ignored regardless if you use include filter or not.
If the patch is truly superseded, then it should not show up in results. Note that some bulletins are marked as superseded, but there may be some patches in them that are not superseded, so they can still show. Are you certain that your particular patch kb is superseded?
This may be too much reading, but review these articles, and if you have any questions or confusions, let me know. They give you lots of details about include/exclude superseded/new patches:
KA322198 - BBSA Windows Patch Analysis difference in results with and without Include Filter (whitelist)
KA366464 - BBSA How to setup Windows Patch Analysis Job Include Filter to automatically ignore Superseded patches
KA353940 - BBSA Partially superseded Bulletins show as Superseded in the Windows Catalog
KA366573 - BBSA Windows Patch Analysis Job with no Include Filter reports Obsolete Patch as Missing