So here's an odd one that I cannot seem to figure out.
Have a SBS 2008 with the 2 default reports set on. The Summary Network Report which is sent daily and the Detailed Network Report sent every Sunday.
I created a new report a few months ago that would email me daily. I created the report through the report tab in the SBS console. Checked the box I wanted in the report (Security), than told it to email me daily. It worked great for about 2 months.
Now I don't want the report anymore so I opened up the SBS console and went to the reports tab and clicked on the report I don't want anymore and deleted it. The problem is it's been 3 days now and I'm still getting the report emailed to me daily even though the report isn't listed in the reports tab of the SBS console.
I did restart the server (first thing I did, should have mentioned that). I also couldn't find anything that stood out in task manager and I also checked the scheduled task section as well with no luck.
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