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Deploying SSRS Report

Posted on 2006-10-26
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I'm getting this error when I try to deploy the report.
"The current identity (NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE) does not have write access to 'C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files'. "
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by:chrismc
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It may be a stupid question, but are you logged on as an administrator while you're installing?

One other thing I noticed was that if you're installing onto a domain controller, the ASP.Net account SSRS uses does not get set up automatically, subsequently I don't install it on domain controllers! You can set it up manually but it's a pig, and I've forgotten how I did it now.

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Chris
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by:Sontiss
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Thanks Chris.

Yes, I'm logged as an Admin. I'm indeed installing it onto a domain controller. It will be great if you can give me some pointers to look for if I'm planning on installing it onto a domain controller.

Thanks..
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My experience was not to! Not very helpful I know.
I had this issue when 2005 was first released and I can't remember the details that well now.
But what I do remember is that normally an account called something like "ASPNET" is setup automatically by the installation. But for some reason this doesn't happen on domain controllers.
My suggestion would be to load it on a test machine if you have one, compare the user accounts it has and try to recreate them by hand on the DC. Also check the account the various SQL services log on as, I had to faff around alot with this at the time - basically opening up the security. In the end it was re-installed on a machine which was not a DC and went like a dream!

Cheers
Chris
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