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Reportin Services home folder not visible in Management Studio 2008

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Hi
We just recently upgraded our database from MSSQL 2005 to 2008, and this resultet in Reporting Services getting an upgrade as well.
I have managed to fix all but 1 remaning issue. In the 2005 version there was a home folder visible in the Management Studio 2008 (now all that I see is Jobs, Security, and Shared Schedules).

The thing is that I make the Models folder invisible in the report manager and administrate it via management studio instead.

Question is.. how can I make the Home folder visible in the Management Studio 2008?

Note: I am logged in as administrator.

Thanks!
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Apparently the home folder was removed in the 2008 version of Management studio.
Ref: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sqlreportingservices/thread/53789d2f-98e5-487c-9928-8fe2057f74c2/

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