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Missing the Reporting Menu on the Operations Console for System Center Operations Manager 2007

I just setup the evaluation edition of System Center Operations Manager 2007 on Virtual Machine. I noticed on the console that the "reporting" tab is missing! Is there any reason for this I've setup SQL , intergrated with Active Directory.
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sk_raja_rajaCommented:
do you have IIS installed ?
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wwwallyCommented:
You have to install SQL Reporting (SRS) on the SQL server and install SCOM reporting after that.
After that Reporting will show up in your SCOM console.
If your running reporting on Server 2008 make sure you read the following article/install guide.
http://www.opsmanjam.com/OpsManJam%20Library/Featured%20Articles/OM2007_Install_Reporting_WindowsServer2008.doc
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Walter
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makel2Author Commented:
Hi Thanks looks good I had a feeling that might have been the issue but I'm getting Event ID 26319 while trying to setup the reporting server. I setup a new Virtual Server with SQL Serve 2005 SP1.  I've attached Print screens
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wwwallyCommented:
The account your using to setup SCOM Reporting should have the appropriate permissions for installing and configuring Reporting.
The account mentioned (data warehouse write and/or data warehouse read account) in the 26319 event should have admin permissions on the local machine, logon right on the scom databases and be a member of the SCOM admin group.
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Walter
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makel2Author Commented:
Hi Wally yeah that did that and that fixed the issue. I had to add the domain adminstrator account to the SCOM admin group. The problem I'm having now is with the rest of the SCOM reporting installation. I was able to setup this successfully yesterday so I'm not sure what the issue now! I've attached print screens of the error message I'm getting which is:

SRS Server Validation Error

Setup was unable to validate SQL Reporting Services.

Please use the Reporting Services Configuration tool which is installed with SQL Server to validate your SQL Reporting Services Configuration.

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wwwallyCommented:
Can you access http://sqlrepooring/reportserver ???
This should work at minimum and
here is a config for the SRS service using the correct account.
http://blogs.technet.com/stefan_stranger/archive/2008/09/03/reporting-issue-loading-reporting-hierarchy-failed.aspx
Regards,
Walter
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makel2Author Commented:
Thanks Wally I got it sorted it seems I was messing around with the reporting configuration a bit too much. I'm in business now thanks for all your help I saved your blog into my favorites. By the way do you have any ideas regarding this issue http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Systems_Management_Server/Q_23879923.html 
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