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Multiple URLs for one SSRS Instance

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Is it possible to have multiple URLs pointing to different directories of the same SSRS instance, if so, how can I make that happen?

Example:
http://department1/reportserver  <-- Points to department 1's reports
http://department2/reportserver  <-- Points to department 2's reports
http://department3/reportserver  <-- Points to department 3's reports
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I too am eagerly waiting for the reply.
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Alpesh Patel earned 2000 total points
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not possible.
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by:scross1276
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That stinks Microsoft doesn't support that.  I guess I'm going to install IIS and create redirects to my own URLs and try that method.
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