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scripting the "addition of a report server to the integration"?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

Has anyone tried to script the “addition of a report server to the integration”?
My problem is the following: I do not have enough ($$; users etc.) to justify a NLB etc. to guarantee high availability for the report server, but I can create two RS pointing at the same SSRS config DB (SQL Server is clustered). If the “main” RS fails, I can bring it down from SharePoint and bring up the other, but it would be simpler doing it through a script…
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Lou

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