Susan - How did this happen? I had a couple of issues after migration and
did some trashing around trying to fix
them. I'm not sure how much of these
issues were related to update / rollup issues that occured as I was
finalizing set up, how many were related to migration settings, and how many
were my not being sure of what I was doing. At any rate, since remote, OWA,
and SQL Express 2005 (both SBSMonitoring and ##SSEE) are working,
uninstalling and reinstalling a clean instance of Sharepoint seems the best
solution for this production server.
Mike - Thanks for the pointer to the SBS 2008 reinstall instructions. I'll
work through it this way. I had found similar KBs but not specific to SBS
2008 so this will be very helpful.
Thanks again to both responses
> I can't currently log into the Sharepoint console as it says I don't have a
> managment web site. I can't run Sharepoint configuration as it says group
> already exists. I don't have any content I mind losing. How is the best
> way to start over with a Sharepoint clean install? Should I uninstall
> Sharepoint and clean up any remainging databases and websites then reinstall?
> Or is there a cleaner way?
> I don't mind that Sharepoint is not working so much but can't get the SBS
> 2008 Rollup 3 to install and think it is because it can't access Sharepoint
> to enable Kerberos.
> Thanks in advance for any pointers you can throw my way. I