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Small Business Server 2003 backup MMC

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Hi –
For years we have been running SBS 2003’s backup – suddenly we started getting an error saying
“MMC could not create this snap-in. “  followed by “MMC count not create the snap-in.  The snap-in might not have been installed correctly” – “Name: Small Business Server Backup” – “CLSID: {6C3EB088-D215-4214-A2A5-B68133CB96C6}
As a result we can’t run backups (unless we can set up the backup without going through the snap-in.)
Any help would be appreciated.  
Thanks
Rich
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hi -

this looks good but it will require an office visit.  Unfortunately I am undergoing treatment for Leukemia and can't travel right now.   I expect that with the stem cell transplant I will out of service for around 100 days.  

Fortunately we have placed 2 tb drives on the server and have moved the logs there.  I expect that drive will hold the transaction logs until I get better.

thank you
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