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SQL report services fully qualified domain name

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I'm running SQL server 2008 R2 with report services.  Currently, when the report services sends out emails with reports, there's a link at the bottom of every report with an example link:  http://server/reportserver?%2...........

I need it to be configured to send out these emails as: http://server.domain.com/reportserver?%..........

Is there a way to do that?

Thanks, Dan
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Hi,
Go to "Report Service configuration manager"->"Report Manager URL"->"Advanced"->"Edit"
make changes to the "host header name"
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How do I get to the "report service configuration manager"  I don't use SQL and my manger is out of the office today.  Can you tell me how to get there please?
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Thanks, I got it, that was it, but do I need to restart any services or anything to take affect?
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Hi,
I do not think you need to restart any services for it.
If it's not working, only thing you need to restart is IIS
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