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Essentials Server 2012 not showing users or devices

Essentials Server 2012 not showing users or devices

Essentials Server 2012 not showing users or devices

The problem is that dashboard will not show users or devices.
Also linked I believe we get the "Online-Data retrieval failures occurred"

I have already run SFC scan on Server to resolve the Dashboard issues
It found corrupt files - which it fixed, started Dashboard again but would not still load
Signed-out of server and signed back in again
Dashboard did load, but still no content, checked services – all services related to Essentials running
Ran SFC Scan again – No errors found
Dashboard now working/starting. Server Manager still reporting the “Online – Data retrieval failures occurred”
30 min later Dashboard stopped working – service stopped again, restarted services but the user and devices are still not loading

As anyone experience of this and how to resolve it?

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