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Hi,

I wonder if anyone can help me?

I have installed and configured sql server 2005 express edition with advanced services on an xp box, with the aim of using reporting services.

I have set up reporting services successfully using the report manager, with my web services id = netwrokservice.

I can access both the report manager and report url locally, i.e while using localhost anjd on the machine. The problem arises however when i try to access

the reports from another machine, as i get the message:

"The permissions granted to user 'domainusername' are insufficient for performing this operation. (rsAccessDenied)"

when going to for example:

"http://servername/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx?%2fReport1&rs:Command=Render"

I have looked at various sites (including microsoft) in an attempt to find a solution to this and most sites give exmaples of how to configure the full

version of reporting services which i do not have. The things that I have managed to gleam and try are:

- open up security on dir: C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQL.2Reporting ServicesReportServer to everyone and allow all access
- added my own username as a new role assigment in the report manager page
- added my own username to the reportserveruser and reportingserviceswebservicesuser roles, as indicated by microft:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms365166.aspx, who state that "Custom authentication extensions and custom role assignments are not supported. You

must map existing Windows domain user and group accounts to predefined role definitions."

Can anyone suggest where to look next as I cannot believe that this should be this difficult?

Many Thanks in advance

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The Permissions Granted To User 'DomainUsername' Are Insufficient For Performing This Operation. (rsAccessDenied)

I think setting up SSRS 2005 is quite a nigthmare unlike SSRS 2000 getting errors like :-

The permissions granted to user 'DomainUsername' are insufficient for performing this operation. (rsAccessDenied)
 
Then later
 
The report server cannot decrypt the symmetric key used to access sensitive or encrypted data in a report server database
 
I have SSRS installation om my Vista Ultimate machine and i have assigned everyone access to the Reporting Services folder where the ReportServer and Report Manager resides..
 
When i launch the Reporting Services Conf Manager most buttins are  GREEN which is alright except the Windows Service Identity.The initialization is greyed out 

 
Sometimes when i get back in the first error dissapears and then the second one comes in..
When i press delete to delete the encription key  it just goes foreever and doesn't return anything meaningful error..

 
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I have another installation on my WIN2003 box and i have SSRS 2000 side by side with SSRS 2005..

the SSRS 2000 works well but the SSRS 2005 gives be a blank page with nothing

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  I can get to the reports URL (http://machine/Reports)

 I can login to Reporting Services via SQL Server Management Studio as the administrator.  (Windows Authentication) 

I have added my login to the Home Folder-->Permissions in SQL Server Management Studio, and all reports are set to inherit the home folder's permissions 

In Reporting Service Configuration Manager the Windows Service Identity is set to Local System, and for web service identity - ASP.NET Service Account is set to NT AuthorityNetworkService; Report Server and Report Manager are set to DefaultAppPool.

In IIS I tried enabling Anonymous Authentication

Current Application pools are set to "Classic" for Managed Pipeline mode (I did this to actually be able to login to Reporting Services via SQL Server management studio; having this set to integrated gives me an error)
What gets me  is that this is entirely self-contained on one machine, that I set up as an administrator.  So why do I get a permissions error when I am the admin on this machine deploying to this machine? 
 

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 i finally got SSRS(SQL Server Reporting Services) to install properly and and it was working before i had to restart my PC
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I am trying to deploy a reporting services report to remote reorting services server , i did the following :

 

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and i assigned a permission for my user 'mydomainmyuser' on the virtual folder of the reporting service, but i got this error :

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I wanted to deploy my Sql 2005 reports to my local machine and want it to get viewed by all the users through Asp.Net application.

User can directly view the reports by clicking on the direct link to report but when they try to view it using application having Report Viewer, running on iis it gives acess denied 401 error and can't view the reports

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Hi,

I wonder if anyone can help me?

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I have set up reporting services successfully using the report manager, with my web services id = netwrokservice.

I can access both the report manager and report url locally, i.e while using localhost anjd on the machine. The problem arises however when i try to access

the reports from another machine, as i get the message:

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when going to for example:

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I have looked at various sites (including microsoft) in an attempt to find a solution to this and most sites give exmaples of how to configure the full

version of reporting services which i do not have. The things that I have managed to gleam and try are:

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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms365166.aspx, who state that "Custom authentication extensions and custom role assignments are not supported. You

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