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SCCM 2007 Asset Intelligent Reports, function missing

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I have a fresh install of SCCM 2007 sp2. I have enabled Asset Intelligence reporting but when I click on the many reporting options I can only clone and no where can I "run" the report. This is probably some little thing I missed. But I did do a full install of SCCM 2007 running on SQL 2008 Standard. I attached a screenshot. Any ideas?  Doc1.docx
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do you have a reporting point installed?

enable at least one reporting class from the available Asset Intelligence hardware inventory reporting classes. If Asset Intelligence reporting classes are not enabled, reports based on those classes will not contain data.

make sure the used account has the correct security rights on report class.
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Nope, no reporting point installed, that did it. I just assumed I guess with the install that I'd get practically a full installation. There are a lot of roles that didn't install by default. thanks
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