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BOOK: Professional SQL Server Reporting Services ISBN: 0-7645-6878-7
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Old July 22nd, 2004, 05:26 AM
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Default RS Manager and RS Server on 2 different computers

Architecture:
- REPORTS SERVER (the web service) is host on PC1.
- REPORT MANAGER (the web site) is host on PC2.
- the 2 virtual directories are set to use windows authentication.

Symptoms:
If i go on the web site with PC1 everything is fine.
If i go on the web site with PC2 the web service send me the 401 error (access denied)
I am logged with the same account on the both machines.

If REPORTS SERVER and REPORT MANAGER are on the same PC everything work fine.

Any idea about the bug source?

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The problem is that the web application is unable to carry forth your security context to the RS Web service. If you are browsing from the machine where the web service resides, your context is available. If you browse from any other machine, it will not be available.

You can fix this issue by setting up the web service machine so that it trusts the web application machine for "delegation" which means that it can pass your security credentials across machine boundaries.


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