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bradley on August 31, 2008 at 1:40 am said: Run the clean up report task one at a time. It appears to have clared itself up, as we haven't had the issue crop back up in several weeks now. We could run the script mentioned inhttp://www.peetersonline.nl/index.php/powershell/wsus-cleanup-with-powershell/ so that the command would be run automatically and we needn't to manually run it everyday. Install the Monitoring componenta. his comment is here

If you are one of these folks, so far we've seen this on SBS 2003 R2 servers that have integrated WSUS's. Sometimes I can view it from the Server Management console, but it takes about 10 min to produce. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Open IIS, and select Web Service Extensions, 2. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/e283ce73-d5de-4d43-99ce-cfcaa826c1fd/sbs-2003-server-performance-report-repeated-page-cannot-be-displayed-ok-after-wsus-cleanup?forum=smallbusinessserver

Forcing the service stopped doesn't get the monitoring back. To confirm that you want to remove, click Yes.III. Open the IIS console and open the properties page of Default Web Site 2. One is having the problem, one is not.

And increasing the timeout value is not a permanent solution, since the database will keep growing in that way. What the processors and RAM specs are on the impacted servers? Do you have R2 installed or WSUS 3? NONE of the servers have the newly release SQL patch.

This happened before SQL Patch. You may receive an email report like the following: CAUSE This issue occurs if the WSUS API query exceeds the allotted time during report generation. b. Select the options you desire, and then click Next.

The other 2 rarely produce a useable report. It started happening when I installed WSUS 3. What is really odd is that every now and then, the report actually works! I'm still trying to sort that one out.

we just ok'd that and setup completed. – may be something else for the fix list! check this link right here now Trouble started soon but not directly after installing WSUS3. b. Now with 2 of the sites it will happen about once a week. (one of them this morning).

Before reading the latest posts and performing them, we removed and reinstalled the sbs monitoring feature using add/remove - Windows SBS 2003 setup wizard. this content Does this mean that the WSUS database is maxed out? Uninstall Monitoringa. Three of them have worked for a day or two and the other two have not worked at all.

I appreciate your understanding and cooperation during the troubleshooting process.Suggestion 1: This issue may occurs if the files in thec:\inetpub\monitoring folder are SBS 2003 RTM files. hope this helps and doesn’t make matters worse for you all! Are you guys and gals seeing the 0x8013904's in Task Manager? http://stevemattley.com/sbs-2003/sbs-2003-server-performance-report-page-cannot-be-displayed.html Click Next.

This happened 4 months ago, so far we open a RWW connection and have a look at the reports on the box itself. The common factor to all sites is they are running SBS 2003 R2 with WSUS 2 SP1. It is definitely being caused by WSUS.

It's a be-design behavior that as updates are released to WSUS, the size of the database grows.

After that time, OS will consider thatthe database is not maintained. They are all SBS R2 servers with WSUS 2. One had it for just a few days before it "fixed" itself and has been fine since. All four servers run AVG Antivirus.

I ran the setup, and I got an email the next day saying 404 NOT FOUND. In the list on the left, select Options. Joseph on August 12, 2008 at 4:40 pm said: I look after around 5 or 6 of these servers and this issue is permanent on about 3. check over here Rename the folder Start Windows Explorer, and then locate and rename the following folder: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL$SBSMONITORING to C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\Old.MSSQL$SBSMONITORING IV.

I am receiving the server reports via email and they appear with the following message. It's an HP Proliant ML115 with 3GB of RAM. Friday, January 27, 2012 7:53 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote That is what I am doing already (daily WSUS cleanup) The WSUS database has been shrunk and Click Next to start the wizard.d.

Bruno Bracquiné on July 29, 2008 at 6:34 am said: Same here: 19 monitored boxes, 4 having problems with sbsmonitoring. I did as they suggested on my server and the output order of the monitoring results came out differently than unaffected servers. Use the following steps to create correct Web Service Extensions. 1. Some servers have WUS "stutter" as the service stops and starts again.

I spent a little time on it this evening, and found both servers had highly fragmented hard drives. July patches have not yet been installed. Anthony replied Sep 29, 2010 I have this problem as well. If you have elected the option to have health monitoring reports emailed to you, they do not arrive when scheduled.

I contacted the Partner SBSC Newgroup for assistance and they just told me the Monitoring database was corrupted and I should uninstall then reinstall Monitoring. Apparently the SBS team did not make any changes to the SBS Server Management Console to accomodate WSUS 3. myers78 posted Jul 3, 2015 ADMT 3.2 Source domain access issue stives1974 posted May 6, 2015 Loading... Jim Barr on July 28, 2008 at 10:59 am said: One Dell 2950 R2 server, WSU3, Trend 3.6, 4Gb., Dual/Dual Xeon, loaded and running 18 months never had a monitoring report

Regularly run the WSUS Cleanup Wizard, and select the options for removing expired updates and unused update and update revisions: On the Start menu, point to Administrative Tools, and then click The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding. Note that I have an HP server running AVG Antivirus and it is fine. Terms of Use Trademarks Privacy & Cookies

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I think it would be convenient and solve our inconvenience. complete wizard, enter regedit - hklm\software\microsoft\microsoft sql server\ rename SBSMONITORING key to _SBSMONITORING (or something different) re-run sbs setup in maintenance mode and set monitoring to install.