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Error Installing Reporting Services

Postby Che Jackson » Wed, 15 Mar 2006 05:36:12 GMT

I am tyring to install SQL 2000 Reporting services on a 2003 Server. I have 
installed IIS,, VS .net 2003, etc. I installed service packs 3, and 
4. I have not noticed the upgrade  re: the versions. When I attempt to 
install Reporting Services, I keep getting the error the the server requires 
sp3a. I was able to install this on my laptop with minimal problems but I 
cannot get it installed on my desktop. Please help. 

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