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SBS - Service Unavailable in Reports

Posted on 2008-10-30
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SBS Monitoring and Reports including Companyweb displays Service Unavaiable. Have restarted IIS admin. There are no relevant messages in the Event Log. Any Idea what service it refers to?
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When you say 'including companyweb' do you mean if you browse to companyweb you cannot see it?

If so, whats the specific error code displayed in IE?

Adam
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Hi Adam
Thanks for your post. I had done some search on the knowledgebase and found out that the issue was with ASP.NET. I reinstalled ,NET 2.0 and restarted the IIS Admin after giving Launch and Activate permission to the Network Service.
Earlier the IE also displayed Service Unavailable when browsing companyweb.
 
Thanks again
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No worries, glad your sorted.

Adam
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