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SBS 2008 Console Security Tab Antivirus showing client twice with an error

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I just noticed this the other day.  One of our client PCs was showing an error in the AntiVirus Report.  I didn't think too much of it, so I uninstalled and reinstalled the AntiVirus on the client workstation (Win 7 Pro Symantec).  It seems what happened after I did that, was that it created a new entry in the Report showing the workstation is now ok but the old entry is still there as well.  I have no idea how to remove/correct the duplicate entry.

The full message is :

The client computer WMI datastore might be corrupted.  Information for virus protection for the file system cannot be collect from the Security Center

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On the client machine I did run:   winmgmt /salvagerepository  just to make sure it is running ok on the client machine.

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