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    Hi,

    I keep getting an error Default global virtual directory not configured
    this resolution is to set the default virtual directory, to the default BITS virtual directory.

    My question is what is the default BITS virtual directory.

    Cheers

    P

  • #2
    Read the following.. it might help you.

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro...secguide5.mspx

    File Transfer Responses
    In MOM 2005, you can configure MOM to transfer files from a File Transfer server to a MOM 2005 agent, or from a MOM 2005 agent to a File Transfer server, in response to Task being run or rule criteria being met. File transfer responses run as Local System (on Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003) and Network Service (only on Windows Server 2003) regardless of the privileges given to the Action Account.

    Note
    The Network Service (only on Windows Server 2003) account does not have sufficient privileges to start the BITS service. You can either start the service manually, or configure the service to start automatically.

    Download

    The file transfer response uses the HTTP protocol to download files from a File Transfer server to a MOM 2005 agent. The files download to the %Program Files%\Microsoft Operations Manager 2005\Downloaded Files\<Management Group Name> directory. You can specify the default virtual directory as the source directory for these files by using the Web Addresses global setting dialog in the MOM Administrator console. You can override this setting by specifying other virtual directories for any Task or response. The source server must be running IIS 5.0 or above and the BITS service must be enabled.

    Note
    No default URL for the file transfer server virtual directory is configured during MOM setup. If you do not specify this URL in the global settings dialog you will receive the “File Transfer Response - Default global virtual directory not configured” alert until it is set.
    and
    http://www.winserverkb.com/Uwe/Forum...not-configured
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    • #3
      Thanks thats great.

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