SBS 2003 Server tools missing from add/remove

I have an HP Proliant ML150 G5 running SBS 2003.  I was working on an issue with monitoring and reporting and uninstalled, Monitoring and reporting, Intranet and then .net (all) .  I went to reinstall .net 1.1 and i get an error saying it came with the OS.  Also when I go to reinstall Intranet and Monitoring and reporting, i do not have the Server Tools listed so I can put it in Maintenance mode and do the reinstalls.  All i have is Exchange and Fax as options.  Really weird.

This is a production machine and I can't rebuild.  here are the questions.

How can i get .net reinstalled?
How can i get the Options back to reinstall the server tools?
how do you do a repair on SBS 2003 if needed?

thanks,
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chughubertAsked:
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chughubertConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
guys, still haven't figured this one out, i am just using it without the tools
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Have you tried installing a newer version of .net, 2.0 or 3.5?

As for re-installing Monitoring and Reporting, have you tried clicking on Change/remove in add/remove programs next to SBS 2003? This should re-start the "continue SBS wizard" (also restores the icon to the desktop). With that you should be able to add the service back to your SBS, or is this where you mean it is missing. Caution, though I have done this successfully issues have been reported by re-running this wizard after service packs have been added to the initial server.

There is no successful way to do a "repair install" of SBS that I know of.
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
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chughubertAuthor Commented:
RobWill - yes, this is where it missing from.  I have never run into that.  i am familiar with sbs and have never seen this before.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Very Odd I have never seen this either.
I thought there was a similar post i read on this forum last fall but I have tried to find it, but no luck.
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
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