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Posted Monday, March 22, 2010 12:36 AM
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Guys,

I am facing an issue here thts hampering my development in SSRS 2008. The issue is related to Login Pop-ups that i get when i try to access the Report Server (SSRS 2008) from a remote machine on my network. I changed the Authentication in RSReportServer.config file from RSWindowsNegotiate to RSWindowsNTLM but that doesnt help. I repeatedly keep getting the pop-up.


Can anyone provide me help on this. Much appreciated.


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Gautam Naik
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Posted Friday, October 8, 2010 11:52 AM
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I am having the same issue, does anyone have any solution? Thanks, Chris
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Posted Tuesday, May 24, 2011 6:05 PM
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Yup... I have the same problem. We have java/jsp client who redirects to SSRS 2008 via parameterized Url. The first episode provokes a dialog box that requires a system-username and password (i.e. Windows user, not SS or SSRS user). A "remember" checkbox is also offered. Subsequent redirects do not cause the logon dialog to reappear. Closing the original browser instance and opening a new one will cause the logon dialog to be shown again ("remember" does not really work). If I read correctly, SSRS 2008 does not offer its web pages through IIS any more, so there is nothing to do in administrating IIS, correct? Specifying a Windows user in "Reporting Services Configuration Manager | Execution Account" has no effect.

What entity is hosting "http://host/Reports" and can it be configured to allow anonymous access?

thx

ej
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Posted Wednesday, August 17, 2011 2:00 AM
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Same problem for me. I have installed a Silverlight 4 (SL) app on our client's server. This application is accessed via the company Intranet. I have assigned the Browser role in SSRS (Home > Folder Settings > New Role Assignment) to the user under which the SL app runs (IIS > Application Pools) -- even tried assigning all Roles to this user. I have added the user group that all domain users are in to SSRS and assigned the Browser Role. Still, the first time a report is requested from the SL app the user is prompted for a login.

I am using Windows Server 2008 r2, Sql Server Express 2008 r2, client machines are Win 7 or XP (SP3). I have run into this in the past but it is now a HUGE issue. Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank you.
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Posted Wednesday, August 17, 2011 2:44 AM
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Ok, my app is installed on a server and accessed from PCs on the same domain -- Intranet app. I have it working in IE, which is cool with me. See this blog post on this site (I added my comments):
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/pturley/archive/2010/3/16/user-is-prompted-to-login-when-viewing-a-report.aspx

Hope this helps someone. Saved my rear end.
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Hi
I have a similar issue within SSRS2008.

The setup here is that the SSRS is on 1 domain and all user accounts are disabled as they authenticate and connect via our user domain.
In
rsreportserver.config if RSWindowsBasic is set.
I can connect via my user domain account but have no permissions in Report Server.
If I use my admin account on the domain hosting SSRS, I can connect with all relevent permissions.
Though this stops me from connecting to ReportManager via SSMS.

If I use
<RSWindowsNegotiate/>
<RSWindowsNTLM/>
The logon box keeps prompted for credentials but able to connect via SSMS.


How do I keep the connection available within SSMS for Reporting Services and allow users in the User Domain to connection with SSRS Roles to the server running SSRS on a different domain?

Can I use annon
or could I have it that though they use their credentials it gets transalated to a sql login for ReportServer.

Thanks

Clive



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