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Crystal Reports 10 installation on load balanced servers

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HI,

We have Crystal Reports enterprise 10 installed on a pair of load balanced web servers - Windows 2003 with IIS.

The server summary shows:

 Server summary

This looks wrong to me - should all the servers be Enabled and Alive?

Regards

Martyn
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One set of servers should be both alive and enabled.  If not, then they're not really usable.  Based on that screen, the only things "working" are the WCS and CMS, which explains why you're able to get into the CMC. You won't be able to run reports, though.

~Kurt
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