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I have the ReportServer DB on my SQL Server 2005 Standard machine, and I have created some reports in Visual Studio.NET 2005.  Where do I publish these too?  I am not seeing anything about Reporting Services on the IIS for htis server.  
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by:Ted Bouskill
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When you setup Reporting Services there is usually two subsites setup.

http://[yourserver]/Reports and http://[yourserver]/ReportServer
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I understand that, but for some reason it didn't get setup on mine.  Maybe the original people didn't have IIS installed when they originally set this up.  If I run through the setup again, it probably should be able to reinstall.  Your thoughts?
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Agreed it could be that.  However, there is also a SQL Reporting configuration wizard that might have been run.  Try that first.
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config wizard worked.  Thanks!
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