Windows SBS 2008 empty users/computers

I'm pretty sure I'm missing something silly, but here is the issue.

I'm running an SBS 2008 box.  It was the first one I set up some time ago and I set it up like I would normally set up any other server.  The problem is that in the SBS console, no domain users that show up in AD show up under Users and Group.  Same thing with any computers on the domain and computers listed under Network.  

Any reason they are showing in 1 and not the other, as well as how do I get them to show up here?
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Glen KnightCommented:
Users that have not been created using the SBS Console will not appear in it.  Follow this guide to fix this: http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2008/09/22/why-are-some-of-my-users-not-displaying-in-the-sbs-console.aspx

also make sure they are in the OU under MyBusiness > Users

if you didn't use the connect computer wizard to join the computers to the domain then they will not appear in the console either.
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Telstar-NetworksAuthor Commented:
Users are all set, thanks.  Any advice to get the computers to show up under Network?  Not even this server itself shows up under Servers.
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