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The "risks" and "Issues" sections of the main page give error messages (below). Any ideas as to where to look?


Risks  
 There is a problem establishing a connection with the Web server running Windows SharePoint Services. Contact your system administrator.
 
 
Issues  
 There is a problem establishing a connection with the Web server running Windows SharePoint Services. Contact your system administrator.
 
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by:winzig
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This problem is related to WSS,


In PWA=> ADMIN=> Manage Windows SharePoint Services ,  verify WSS configuration
Execute
proxycfg -d -p noproxy "<local>,yourservername"
execute
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Project Server 2003\BIN\1033\PSCOMPLUS.EXE
delete All COM+ apps
enter identity anbd password for analisys services
enter identity and password for WSS
and click to Create/Update COM+ Apps
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Thanks!
Tried Step 1 of your suggestions - When  I go to the WSS COnfiguration in PWA and try to Save updates, it says

"The Specified Windows Account must be a valid user on the specified sharepoint computer. Furthermore, the Windows account must be in the Sharepoint Central Administrators group.

To Add the windows account to the Sharepoint Central Administrators Group, navigate to the Sharepoint Central Administration page and add the account in the Sharepoint Administrator group."

I'm a bit confused, since I'm connecting via PWA, I didn't think I was using a "Windows" user, per se.

Can you provide a hint as to which user account I should be adding to the Sharepoint Administrator Group?

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the account which is configured in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Project Server 2003\BIN\1033\PSCOMPLUS.EXE
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