SharePoint 2007-Scan for Broken Links

Does anyone know of a way to scan for broken links in MOSS 2007?
Most of our site collections are team templates.  I've read in help that there is a built in on the Portal Home site.  I cannot find this anywhere.

I downloaded and installed the CodePlex solution and it will can all except one Web App and that web app is the one I need scanned.  The Application event viewer shows this error-6398
The Execute method of job definition SharePoint.Intranet.LinkChecker.TimerJobs.LinkCheckerTimerJob  threw an exception. More information is included below.

Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
butte-yAsked:
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GeorgeGerguesCommented:
-That is done using SharePoint designer
it is a free tool from MS ( make sure you install the latest service packs for it )

- Open SPD ,
- File - > open site -> select your site.

-> Tools - > Reports


you will find a lot more that you can do .

Best of luck.

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butte-yAuthor Commented:
We did try that solution and it is not finding all the broken links.
Do you know if that is the only solution available?  If so, I'll accept and close.
Thanks for the info.
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GeorgeGerguesCommented:
You can use a firefox plugin to run your checks
here are some.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=dead+link&cat=all&x=0&y=0


I don't think you really can predict or query what is missing inside SharePoint content .
but I am guessing you are targeting some human ( entered) links on some html content pages.




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butte-yAuthor Commented:
Answered my question.
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