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The file C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\Support\MSSBSSSR.log suddenly grew to 3 GB. It is continusely growing with below error.

"EnumerateEventLogItems returned. *** ERROR: hr = 0x80070553, Cannot start a new logon session with an ID that is already in use."

 Please help ASAP
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If I remember that log file is about the SBS Monitoring database. The database has a problem. It's possible the database has gotten too big. The limits for SQL Express on that version are 2GB. The SQLAgent for SBSMonitoring service may not be running. It does a regular cleanup job on the database. If it's too big the easy way to fix it is to run the Setup Monitoring Reports and Alerts in the SBS Console under Monitor and Reporting. But you will lose any customizations you've done to them.
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