SBS2008 Users not in correct OU

I inherited a SBS 2008 server and the users displayed in the console are a lot fewer then are in the actual OU. How do I refresh the console to reflect all the users in the OU?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Refer to the Technet blog:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2008/09/22/why-are-some-of-my-users-not-displaying-in-the-sbs-console.aspx

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How do I use the "Change user role for user accounts" wizard?

For any user that does not show in the SBS Console we strongly recommend to only use the Change user role for user accounts wizard! As mentioned above, this wizard does much more than only stamping this AD attribute. The following steps provide only a work around to get users to show in the SBS Console that were created using other methods than the ones provided by the SBS Console.

Start the Change user role for user accounts wizard and choose the appropriate user role from the first wizard screen.

Keep in mind that if you want to keep all existing security and distribution group memberships, you MUST select the Add user permissions or settings radio button! If you select the Replace user permissions or settings radio button, the existing settings will be irreversibly lost (unless, of course, you have a full backup to restore).

Select the user accounts whose role you want to change. You can add more than one user at the same time if they get the same user role.  With the user(s) selected click the Add button and then the Change User Role button to complete the process.

Note: Check the Display all user accounts in the Active Directory checkbox if the user is not listed.

Now, this user is listed in the SBS Console: SBS Console > Users and Groups > Users tab. You may have to Refresh this view.

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