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And are you running Sg 3.1 or 3.1.1 ?
I think to start with.. You should try updating your Sg to 3.1.1 or 3.1.3
This page will help you do so.
Once updated, test again.. We may need to do further repairs but this is where we should start.
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Unless you were using system state on server 2003 and manually saving or had it set to save restore points, to go back to a point before the issue started.
The update in my mind is a neccessity. I never understimate the power of an update especially since your running 3.1 flat.
If im wrong, at least your running the newest version of SG 3 and we can rule that out as a possible cause.
Old and unsupported, is what you need when running server 2003, which is also old.. And no longer supported.
But no tech support session will ever work if youre not willing to try the suggestions made.
Ill opt out at this point, best of luck.