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installing OCS Monitoring Server Issues with IIS and Message Queuing

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Hello, am installing an OCS Monitoring server and I have installed the aditional windows component of IIS 6.0 and the message queueing but when I look in the IIS configuration there is no website setup!
my understanding is that when you run the OCS Monitoring server role it adds a website into IIS which allows you to run reports etc, besides i wonder if anyone else has run into a problem like this?

any advice would be great as i need to get the monitoring server up and running quickly

thanks
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If you don't have the QoE Monitoring server deployment guide download it from here.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9ed29d74-3391-4902-bf2c-6757410f3335&displaylang=enThe SQL Server Reporting Services creates the website which is needed in order to deploy and use the QoE Monitoring  report pack.
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I resolved the issue by re-instlaling the server from scratch, it seems the problem came when clicking IIS and QoE in add remove windows components, i dont think it liked the files i pointed it to.
I did find the microsoft CD we had for this and that seemed to do the trick the second time round, absolutly no issues with the re-install at all

thanks for your advice anyway
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Glad to hear you got it working.
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