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Is there a way to access Report Manager URL without using /Reports after the http://servername?


Is there a way to access Report Manager URL without using /Reports after the http://servername?

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I believe in SSRS 2005 you could have default url so that you can access report via both http://servernam/Reports or just http://servername (w/o the /Reports)
I do not see any configuration option that I can change to be able to do this in SSRS 2008.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Anybody has any feedback on this. Would greatly appreciate if you could share any experiences you have had.
I checked documenation on setting URL access and could not fine any mention of this.
I don't see anything I could do for this via IIS as well.

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I tried to to get this done via IIS again and it still does not seem to redirect to default URL without using /Reports. It seems this option is disabled in SSRS 2008.
Anybody has any feedback or experience with this issue.

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