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SBS 2008 Console Security Not Available

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Hello

Our SBS 2008 Console just sits on "querying" under "Network Essentials". Furthermore, if I click on "Network", all PCs show their security status as "Not Available".

This has coincided with the recent SBS Rollup 2, and the other Console update.

All workstation firewalls are Windows firewall, and they appear to have picked up their rules correctly from the GPO. I have no custom GPOs.

Has anyone come across a similar issue ? and, any ideas on how to resolve it please ?

Thank you
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Philip Elder earned 195 total points
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What third party A/V do you have installed if any?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/960911

Note issue 5.

RU2 is supposed to address the problem.

Philip
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