Reindex SUS 3.0 database

Posted on 2012-09-04
Last Modified: 2012-09-05
I'm having problems with a number of client computers that can't access SUS run from a central Windows 2008 Server.  When I look at these clients up from SUS they have not communicated with the server in a number of days/weeks even though they are logged onto the network every day.  

I believe a reindex of the SUS database may help but I dont know how to do this.  The database is within SQLServer 2005.  

Could someone direct me step by step on how to do this as i've never done this before?
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