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Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services


Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

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pedro.j.manuel
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Hi,

I have the follow cenario

1st) I have a SQL server 2012, with a Win server 208 R2 , and i want configure the SQL server. the machine is in one domain.
I want share my reports for all users that i define on my roles on SSRS.

2nd) When i enter on my browser http:\\machiName\myReports, ask me for a password to enter on browser.
a) I already create a user to enter on server and on browser but gives me a message about the UAC.
b) I already add a domain user on my SQLServer Group. but is not working.

3rd) How can i configure the user to enter on my reporting with a user?
I need to have the user created on the machine, where is located the SQL SRV and SSRS ?


I will be gratfull , if any can help me with this configuration


Pedro
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Do you mean you created a user on SQL server or on the local server? What do you mean by you created user on browser? Did you disable UAC yet to see if you can access it? By default the builtin administrator is created and you can access the report server on the browser. Then you have to go to site settings within browser and set up users.
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HI

Do you mean you created a user on SQL server or on the local server?
At moment, I had create a server user to access to the reports, I guess that is not the right choice. I want only to give access to the resports and not to the server.

What do you mean by you created user on browser?
R: When i open a browser, ask me for a user, and i have the doubt, if the user is the user server or sql server user

Did you disable UAC yet to see if you can access it?
R :For the user that i create on server, yes i disable the uac. But is not m idea to create user server for each user to access to the reporting

By default the builtin administrator is created and you can access the report server on the browser.
R: After i disable the UAC, on server user. start working . but is not the right choice.

Then you have to go to site settings within browser and set up users.
R: I already created one user that is only created on SSRS site settings but is not working
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Can you add a domain user to the site settings? All I have to do is log in as a builtin administrator and grant access to the user by adding domainname\username and then grant the appropriate access.
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Can you add a domain user to the site settings?
R: yes, i add the user (ex:domain\ituser) that i logged in other computer of that domain to test to enter on browser. but is allways ask for a user and password. I put the "domain\ituser", but don't let me enter on SSRS

All I have to do is log in as a builtin administrator and grant access to the user by adding domainname\username and then grant the appropriate access.
R: is not working for me, is needed to create any user on SQLserver security->Login ?
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I did not need to create any user on sql server. Maybe try adding the reporting server to the list of trusted sites in the browser? What kind of security is set up for the browser are you using domain policies?
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Maybe try adding the reporting server to the list of trusted sites in the browser?
R: yes i add as trusted url, but still ask me a user and password

What kind of security is set up for the browser are you using domain policies?
R: i guess , i don't have much policies, i can create trust sites.
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