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Steve on July 27, 2008 at 7:44 am said: snip: "I "reinstalled" the monitoring on one which kicked it into gear for a couple of days, then it stopped for 3 I do think reinstallation of the Administrative Tools would be a good idea in this case. This morning's emailed report just contained: The page cannot be displayed An error occurred on the page you are trying to view. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To work around this problem, perform the following Right click "Web Service Extensions" and select Add a new Web Service extension... 3.

i have this issue too on SBS 2003 R2. The normal tricks to get the report working, aren't. -- ----------------------------------------------- Les Connor [SBS MVP] My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... The problem get even worse, as our applications run on older PCs too. System 1: Home Built, R2,1Gb, no A/V, WSUS 3.0 SQL patches applied System 2: Dell R2, 2Gb, AVG, WSUS 3.0 patches not applied.

Here is what we have: All Dell PE 840s. When they haven't cleaned out is when they are not reporting. Pretty sure it has something to do with the Health Monitor software and trying to include specific information in the report… If I remember I will post back. Max 3. 10 reasons to love Ubuntu, Performance, performance performance 4.

Follow that with the Configure Monitoring wizard and you should be all set. You can take the full course on Experts Exchange at http://bit.ly/XDcourse. Especially using Windows Forms, it sometimes lasts quit long, until the user sees the first window.


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