SBS 2008 Console

I am experiencing some problems with SBS console, when I am in Backup/ And Storage and trying to move Users Redirected Documents Data i get an error that the Move Data Wizard has stopped working. The following info is what shows in the problem details:
  Stopped working

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:      CLR20r3
  Problem Signature 01:      movedata.exe
  Problem Signature 02:      6.0.5601.0
  Problem Signature 03:      48a22618
  Problem Signature 04:      MoveData
  Problem Signature 05:
  Problem Signature 06:      48a22618
  Problem Signature 07:      b
  Problem Signature 08:      366
  Problem Signature 09:      System.IO.FileNotFoundException
  OS Version:      6.0.6002.
  Locale ID:      1033

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telcoengineerAuthor Commented:
I haved poured over multiple documents and tried all suggestions but still no resolution. I called Microsoft and after 3 hours they suggested that I rebuild the server. So I rebuilt the server and the problem was resolved.
telcoengineerAuthor Commented:
I found an article that recommends repairing the SBS console by going to Control Panel/Programs and Features, change Windows Small Business 2008/Console Repair which wants to run SBS.msi from windows dvd2. when I do this i receive the following error:

The installer has experienced an unexpected error installing this package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code is 2920.

I have used two different disks and still the same error. I rebooted the server and still the same problem.
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telcoengineerAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the post Davorin, I have read that article and went through it completely. All of my user templates are created and working fine though. I have no problems with the users area of SBS console, mine is with the disk storage area and trying to use the  folder redirections wizard.
I did not see any specific resolutions to the error 2920, I am using the 2nd windows DVD and have also copied the content to the server before running the repair, and I pointed the repair to the saved files and still get the same results.

Any other ideas? Imsee lots of references to error 2920 on the net but can't seem to find any specific resolution.
Here I have found another post. Take look at CrisHanna suggestions.
They are quite basic, but they can help you determine the health of your server and solve many problems.

How many network cards does your SBS server see?
Please also check if “Updates Services”  and “Windows Update” service is running and set to automatic.
telcoengineerAuthor Commented:
all of the other suggestions were good but did not resolve the problem
I'm sorry that I was not able to help you to solve the problem. Lets hope the problem will not repeat. Good luck!
Om JoshiSr. System AdministratorCommented:
But, rebuild the server, is not a solution when someone has only one server and when its in the production line.

I would like to know another solution. My problem started when i used the link to bring all the users from active directory. the console brought all the users i wanted but after that it started causing crash whenever i tried to do anything through console.

i would like to know if anyone can help me.

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telcoengineerAuthor Commented:

i have never received a resolution for this problem either. if you find one, can you please post back?

thank you
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