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Reset Setting in REporting Services

Posted on 2004-09-30
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I can't get in the Report Manager in SQL Server Reporting Services, I get a Bad Request 400 Error, used to be able to access it until I redeployed my reports and Installed sp1 for .net 1.1. Any Ideas? Is there a way I can reset the security settings or configure it without reinstalling it?
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Have you configured your Report Server Database Access?

During setup, you specify the server and instance of SQL Server to host the report server database. At the same time, you also specify one of the following types of credentials used by Report Server to connect to the report server database (post-setup):

• Service Account (default)
 
• Domain User Account
 
• SQL Login Account
 

If you select SQL Login Account from the Credentials Type list on the Report Server Database page, Setup creates the account using and grants SQL Server login credentials to it.

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