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BOOK: Professional SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services ISBN: 0-7645-8497-9
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Old June 13th, 2007, 06:33 AM
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Hi All,

I am using vista and installed SQL Server 2005 SP2 recently. After that when I try to
deploy a solution in SSRS 2005, I get a dialog box with title:
"Reporting Services Login". It has my server listed as the first row:
"http://localhost/reportserver" and then it has two text boxes asking
for Username and Password.
What is is login box.how can i remove it?

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I am facing the same problem can anybody help us in this matter

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Well I too was having the same problem. I was trying to post to a particular folder that i had created in report manager, then deploy from BI. I had the same issue UNTIL i deployed straight to the main folder only http://localhost/reportserver then wala it did it....soooo obviously there is some sort of security\permissions causing a problem but i have been unsuccessful in figuring out where the disconnect is considering im and admin across the board on all machines.. grrrr... Any insight anyone else has would be greatly appreciated.

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Well i found it for my case. I was trying to deploy to a particular folder from the Target Server URL... you dont do it there.. the target server url must be http:\\servername\reportserver THE FOLDER you want it to go to must be specified in the "target report folder" end of story i no longer get the repeated login prompt! Hopefully this will help others w/same issues.

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Hi,

I am using SQL Server Express Edition 2005 with reporting services...

in IE, Report manager works with this link, http://localhost/reports$SQLExpress

so, in business management studio, project properties (targetserverURL) should be http://localhost/reports$SQLExpress ?

If YES then
when i am trying to deploy the report its asking me reporting services login/password.

If NO then please help me with each step, when i am making mistake?
WHere can i find the report server correct name and what exactly should be in target server URL?

Please help me.


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Hello,
While configuring the reporting service through the report manager, set the virtual directory name other than 'reports'. You can refer to the following url if needed
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../ms178460.aspx
 


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