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After Installing Active Directory, SQL Reporting Server stoped working.

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Hi Experts,

I am running a website on Windows 2008 Server and Reports are generated using SQL Report Server. Everything was working fine, till today I installed Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange 2007 on the same machine.

After I restarted, SQL Reporting Stoped working and its showing me this error.
403 - Forbidden: Access is denied.
You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.

I am pretty confident, it happened after I installed Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange 2007. Maybe theres some changes in the security configuration of Windows Accounts.

How can I proceed? Anny help will be appreaciated.
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Okay...After checking out logs and error files I was able to solve the problem.

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After installation of active directory and MS Exchange 2007 and after you re-boot your server ...MS Exchange 2007 automatically enables SSL Secuirty for two virtual directory of SQL Reporting server For Eg. Reports and ReportServer.

Just need to go to IIS and turn off SSL requirement for these two virtual directory.
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