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For the last month or so my SBS 2008 has kept reporting the following error.

Event ID 13032.  Many client computers have not reported back to the server in the last 30 days.  3 have been reported so far.

I have removed a storage server and two workstations from the network but they do not show up in WSUS update services client or server computers.  Do I need to remove these elsewhere?
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Run server cleanup within WSUS, this will remove any stale computers and prevent the error you're seeing.
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Good advice.  Solved the problem.
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