SCCM Site System Status shows unknown


I noticed one of my systems on my site server was showing as critical in the Site System Status folder.  I also noticed that the path of the Storage Object field for this server was incorrect.  It is looking at the "C$\SMS" path but this is not the install path for the SCCM components on this server.  The path should be "E$\SMS"  How do I get the site server to monitor the correct folder of this site system?  I know that I can remove the role and reinstall to fix this issue but the role in question is my default management point for this site.  I'm unsure if this will cause problems in my site if I remove this role and then reinstall it.  

I have included a screen shot of the server in question.  Thanks for any assistance. Site System Status Screen Shot
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Management Point is for client communication and you can always reinstall the role. You can also install another MP and set it to be the Default MP and repair the other meanwhile. Clients will always communicate with the Default MP.

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I agree with Toxacon. You could first check all the Logfiles on the Site Server and the Management Point for Warning, Errors, or misconfiguration.
You can also download the ConfigMgr Toolkit v2 and run the MP Troubleshooter Tool to verify the MP installation.

If this does not help just reinstall the MP.
1. Uninstall MP Role
2. Uninstall IIS Service
3. Reboot
4. Install IIS Service
5. Install MP
cvitech08Author Commented:
So I went ahead and created a temporary MP and removed the MP role from the server in question.  Once it was completely removed I re-added the role and everything appears to be working correctly.  Thank you for the suggestions.
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