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Server Performance Report - Clearing counters

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I would like know how to clear the performance summary / performance counters in sbs 2003 - I would like to do this because i have a bunch of external hard drives that show up in the report. but they are nolonger attached.
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The easiest way to do this is to run the monitoring and reporting setup wizard in the Server Management console.  It will give you the option to re-install which will basically clear the database and let you start afresh.
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Thanks very much for the advive work great.
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