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  1. Greeting everyone, I have been running SCCM 2012 in one of my enviroments since the beginning of December, over the last week things have started to go a bit wrong. Firstly none of the Query and Collection totals changed then, when Monitoring Application/Package deployments I noticed that the figures never changed for systems succeeding, in progress, error or unknown. Googled the problems checked all the relevant files and none of the errors that point you to a solution from Microsoft were there, then I found a blog that suggested I restore the site database. Got approval and carried out this task, documented the procedure and after 2 hours all was well, until today that is 2 days later my SCCM Primary Server is in a worse state than we I started, consensus here is for a rebuild of the site. Anyone have any other suggestions before I trash the site and rebuild SQL and SCCM. Thanks in advance David
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