SCCM WebDAV error

I'm having issues getting SCCM to work correctly, i keep logging errors for SMS_MP_CONTROL_MANAGER

SMS Site Component Manager faild to install component
SMS-MP_CONTROL_MANAGER on server LABSERVER

The WebDAV server extension is either not installed or not configured properly
Solution: Make sure WebDAV is installed and enabled. Make sure there is an authoring rule that allow "All users" read access to "All content". Make sure that WebDAV settings "Allow anonymous property queries" and "Allow property queryies with invinite depth" are set to "true" and "Allow Custom Properties" is set to false.

i've checked and tweaked these settings multiple times using different users and groups including giving all users access to everthing, and i've followed multiple guides to attempt to get this working, editted the .config files for iis rebooting ect... but i can't seem to get anything to work

i'm hopeing that this is something stupid and and easy fix maybe something i'm over looking?

if you need any logs/screenshots just let me know and i'll provied them asap.

the version of SCCM is 4.00.6487.2000
i'm running SQL 2008 R2
Server 2008 R2

ccsoitd1Asked:
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KezziCommented:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc431377.aspx
follow that article to make sure your webdav settings are correct for 2008 R2

Its trying to install the Device management point.  If you dont need that component you could remove it.
the log files should be in the logs folder of your site servers installation folder.

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ccsoitd1Author Commented:
i'm also getting the errro

SMS Site Combonent Manager failed to install this component, because the Microsoft Installer File for this component (dmp.msi) could not install

Rever to the DMPSetup.log, the DMPMSI.log as well as the SMS documentation and the Microsoft Knowledge Base for further information.

i don't know where either of those logs are?
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ccsoitd1Author Commented:
I was able to get the WebDAV stuff to install but now i'm having SQL problmes (i think) the message is saying that there is a 401 unautherized error and points to the SQL server for possible resolutions.

i'll have to open up another question for that though.

thank you for your help
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KezziCommented:
I think that may be down to your IIS permissions
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ccsoitd1Author Commented:
i thought that might be the case to but i'm domain admin and for the most part the services are running under me, so i don't know where else to look for permission issues. unless there is another server that isn't running under me... i thought microsoft products were supposed to be easy to setup and use ;) lol
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