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Posted Wednesday, January 11, 2012 6:59 AM
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Hi,

I have today installed a copy of SQL Server 2008 R2 developer edition on my 64 bit windows 7 PC and i'm having a problem with getting the report services service started.

The error in the application log is:

Service cannot be started. System.Exception: Default appdomain failed to initialize.
at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.ServiceAppDomainController.Start()
at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.ReportService.OnStart(String[] args)
at System.ServiceProcess.ServiceBase.ServiceQueuedMainCallback(Object state)

Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this?

I've done as suggested on this link but the repair install option failed stating that the service was not in a state to be repaired because it had never been configured. Changing the user the service run as to the Network Service user and setting the permissions as outlined in the link didn't help any either.

Any help appreciated!

Thanks,


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Did you miss any warnings in SQL Server installation? I hope the account you used for installation has admin rights in your PC.

If you didn’t load any data on it yet, would you try to install it freshly? Uninstall it, clean the root (SQL Server) folder, reboot & install it back. Just make sure you select all features on feature / component list.


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Hi Dev,

Thanks for that, I did try uninstalling all components, reboot the machine and try again and still got this error, but i didn't clear out the SQL Server directory when i did that, so i could try that but wonder if anyone else has any suggestions before going down this root.

The user i installed as is a local administrator on the PC.

I used to have SQL Server 2005 developer on the machine but uninstalled that completely before installing 2008 R2.

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If you have a good registry cleaning utility, use it to clean orphan entries after reboot. I usually don’t do it manually & recommend you to do it with tool only.

Also, please don't ignore any warnings in installation. It doesn't stop you but create weird scenes like this. If any confusion, please post the warnings messages here.


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Posted Wednesday, January 11, 2012 8:26 AM
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Have you got a reg cleaning utility you would recommend?



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Sorry to say, it’s my policy I don’t recommend / endorse any tool / utility in my posts. Any tool is fine, just don’t do it manually. Also to be on safer side backup the entries before you clean them up (with tool).

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Thanks ok, i'll give that a go when i get chance and report back on the results.



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How did you install the instance, did you select configure later or to let installer configure

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I let the installer configure with the defaults. Maybe that was my error!

Hope to be able to give this another go at some point later today.




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I let the installer configure with the defaults. Maybe that was my error!

Hope to be able to give this another go at some point later today.

I always prefer a manual configuration myself


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