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Anonymous access in SQL RS 2008


Anonymous access in SQL RS 2008

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vasamsetti_prasad
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Hi,

Could you please help me to suggest where should i paste this topic in this website.

Regards,
Prasad
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Almost got it working. Note, there is a typo in the document, last item references the dll file in "d:\" drive rather than the c:\ found previously. I'm receiving an error as follows right now:
An error occurred during client rendering.
An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted)
This data source is configured to use Windows integrated security. Windows integrated security is either disabled for this report server or your report server is using Trusted Account mode. (rsWindowsIntegratedSecurityDisabled)

Am I supposed to be creating a limited user account and assigning to the data source in report manager rather than "windows integrated security" or is there a way to still use this?
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We have followed the information here exactly as well as from THIS link (more or less the same information) and cannot get this to work on 2008 R2. I think R2 might be the kicker here as we get nothing but errors when trying this process.

Does anyone know if things have to be done differently for 2008 R2?
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Worked perfectly for me ,but got the following error when trying to run/view a Report

An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details. (rsInternalError)
Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.ReportingServices.ProcessingObjectModel, Version=10.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89845dcd8080cc91' or one of its dependencies. Access is denied


Does any one have an idea on how to fix this


Cedric
amahanna
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Try checking in sql server 2008 configuration manager for the port assigned to your instance under network configuration -> TCPIP -> Properties. Cut the TCP dynamic port and paste into the TCP static port. Then make sure you create a rule in your windows and hardware fire walls to allow pass through.

You'll also need to create a login in SQL server management studio with dbo access to the database and assign that user and password to the data source in report manager.

This worked, and I got it through our Gold Partner incident support straight from a high level Microsoft tech, not the half complete solutions I've seen here.

Honestly, sometimes I think these forums are like old lady bakers. They give you part of the recipe, but leave out the secret ingredient.

You should also check the doc file for typos. It references both C: and D: drives for the dlls and reporting services.
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Thank all is working now .I have updated the documentation with the latest advice will post it back to the forum as soon as I have a chance ,Just creating some screen shots to go with it
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It works Great.tnx
but let me add this stupid point that maybe helpful(I was hanged there)
u have to rename second file and change format file from .txt to .dll and all of structures are completely enough
Tnx again maan
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I tried the code and getting an error 'the website cannot display the page'

Is there any order for the uniongroupcode in rssrvpolicy file?
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thank so much ,it ok
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I realise you posted this some time ago and I got this all running just fine on my Dev server running SQL Server 2008 standard edition, but it certainly doesn't like it on my Live server SQL Server 2008 R2 web edition.

Is there the possibility that the difference in versions is the problem here?



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