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rsAccessDenied on Reports Manager

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I've recently installed the x64 Enterprise evaluation of SQL Server 2008 RC0 (June CTP) on my Vista Business x64 SP1 laptop.

No errors on installation, but when I go to http://localhost/Reportserver I get the message :

Reporting Services Error
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The permissions granted to user 'DOMAIN\username' are insufficient for performing this operation. (rsAccessDenied) Get Online Help

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SQL Server Reporting Services

I'm currently running with cached credentials away from the office, but all other SQL Server functions are running OK. I set myself up as sysadmin on SQL Server when I installed.

Anyone come across this, or have any guidance about what to try next? I've tried using Mr Google extensively to no avail.
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OK, have managed to 'solve' this by disabling UAC.

Quite frankly I'm dissapointed that I have had to do this - I've been in the minority of people that thought UAC was a good thing, but if Microsoft can't support it through their own products there is something seriously wrong!
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What is UAC?
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