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Crystal Reporting Server 2008 v1 install

Crystal Reporting Server 2008 v1
Has anyone ran into and issue with all the services not installing/loading in the CCM ? Im doing a fresh install and the only thing loading in the CCM is

Server intelligence agent
winhttp proxy auto discovery service
www publishing service


no service packs installed yet.. deciding to reinstall/ or reconfig with service pack.

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musalmanERP ConsultantCommented:
Might be, Your Installation source is not complete. try installing on another computer.
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shockaconAuthor Commented:
Huh? I have one server available. what are you suggesting? that this install exe doesnt have all the services?
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Kurt ReinhardtCommented:
The server architecture changed with the 3.x platform.  Instead of installing a bunch of servers, only the SIA is instaleld.  Once you've got it running, click the "Manage Servers" button in the CCM and login - you'll be able to see your servers.  Please note, depending how beefy your server is, it might take a couple of minutes for the CMS to come online so you can actually login through Manage Servers - if you get an error, just give it a minute and try again.

Also, because the servers are now managed differently, you no longer set their properties within the CCM. Instead, you'll set them in the CMC under the servers page.

~Kurt
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shockaconAuthor Commented:
Hey, Didn't realize they don't install all servers anymore, or atleast in the same context.

Ive done what you said and hit manage servers, its asking me for an enterprise or AD/NT password and I havent setup anything yet.... is there a default admin password for CRS 2008?

also, what are the unc paths for the CMC / infoview?

thanks!
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shockaconAuthor Commented:
actually I found them...  for reference these are the paths for CRS  2008 I couldnt hit them from the server box for some reason (probably an iis setting)  but here they are..

http://server:6405/InfoViewApp/logon.jsp
http://server:6405/CmcApp
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shockaconAuthor Commented:
Hey thanks ~kurt!  that really helped.
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Kurt ReinhardtCommented:
Glad I could help!  Any reason you didn't install Tomcat?  I normally install both, but Tomcat is required if you're going to use dashboarding in CRS.  Also, the java web services are required if you're going to use Live Office and/or Xcelsius with CRS.  On a side note, if you ever need to install Edge, it's Java only - no IIS.

~Kurt
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