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SBS 2003 Monitoring and Reporting

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I can't see my server reports anymore, check out the screenshot of the email I get in my inbox every morning. There is plenty of space on the harddrive and left over RAM, I reran the Monitoring and Reporting config and got nothing, and MSSQL$SBSMONITORING is running.



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by:sagetechit
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Uninstall MS SQL Server Desktop....couldn't that screw up alot of things??? Exchange, or something else?
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by:Shreedhar Ette
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Uninstall Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine (SBSMONITORING)...this will uninstall SBSMONITORING instace.
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Larry Struckmeyer MVP earned 500 total points
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Before ripping out the Monitoring and Reporting, try opening WSUS from start - admin tools and navigating to Tools, then Server Cleanup.  Run each of the selections individually, do not run them all at once.  It will take some time, but this will often restore the daily performance report.

If you have WSUS 2.0 still, you may also need the cleanup tools from codeplex:
http://wsus.codeplex.com/
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