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Error rsAccessDenied : The permissions granted to user 'Toma-PC\Toma' are insufficient for performing this operation.

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In my problem of the day, I found this one out on the Microsoft Reporting Services Forum. I bumped my head on this one early in December.

This lady is trying to deploy a Reporting Services Solution from Visual Studio to the report server.

Here is the problem.

"Hi everyone,

I installed  Windows 7 ultimate and use reporting service 2008 . 
i create a report when i try to deploy it i get this Reporting Services Error

Error rsAccessDenied : The permissions granted to user 'Toma-PC\Toma' are insufficient for performing this operation.

and when i open http://localhost/Reports/Pages/Folder.aspx i found that there is no "Content" or "Properties" Tab 

how can i deploy this report and why the 2 tabs not exist


plzzzzzzzzzz any one help me

fatma"

My Solution

Hi All
I ran in to this one last month.
1) You should run reporting services under the LOCALSYSTEM account or another account with similar privileges.

THEN

2) Run MSCONFIG from the Programs / RUN and go to tools. You must set the UAC control to DISABLED. The same goes for Vista Ultimate. 🙂

The problem is that there really is no true 'Administrator' account and should you try to deploy it without LOCAL SYSTEM privileges, you will be told that you do not have adequate privileges(from the Visual Studio side).  

Now with LOCALSYSTEM privs you can deploy ( and this has the equivalent rights as "Administrator") BUT here is the kicker, when you try to logon to the report server you can normally only log on as yourself and you will find that although Visual Studio did deploy the solution to the server you CANNOT see the reports AND THAT IS BECAUSE only the administrator has the rights to access the reports. 

 
So....
Once you have done this, please let me know how you fared.

sincerest regards
Steve Simon
njm870t@hotmail.com

 

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