SBS Console crashing and need to run Fix My Network Wizard - is there a command prompt?

Hi
Have an SBS which wont connect to internet meaning no email as well.
We need to run Fix My Network

1. Any chance on HOW TO FIX the SBS Console?
2. More important, is there any command to run Fix my network or Fix my Internet in powershell or similar?

Its like a firewall issue but have disabled Firewall
Cant even ping to gateway which is really weird BUT everyone else can
Rebooted SBS x3 and Fortigate Firewall x 1

Site is down at the moment (Argh!)
Mark PaceDIRECTORAsked:
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David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
Hello,

You can run the Fix My Network wizard by running the application from here:

C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Bin\FNCW.exe

Check the Console Log to see if there is any information on why it is crashing.  Found here:
C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Logs\console.log

Also, consider adding the 'SBS' topic to the question to get more SBS experts involved.

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Mark PaceDIRECTORAuthor Commented:
Damn legend, thanks heaps David
We have fixed the problem now but this is great.

We still need to fix the SBS Console from crashing.
Might get Microsoft on this unless you know solution to that too?
David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
Check the SBS Console log first, it can range from a few things though.  If needed create a new question, upload the log and drop me a message and I'll have a look at it.
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