Upgrading from MSSQL 2005 standard to MSSQL 2008 standard get errors

Posted on 2010-01-07
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Question by:TrueBlue
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Faiga Diegel earned 2000 total points
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To go to IIS, follow this steps:

1) Programs >> Administrative Tools >> IIS Manager
2) Browse to your machine  >> Sites >> Deafult Website (if you set it under default)
3) Go to Reports folder >> Authentication >> Anonymous Authentication. Check the value, this should be disabled
4) Go to Report Server >> Authentication >> Anonymous Authentication. Check the value, this should be disabled

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These were already disabled.
I included a screen shot on the original question.
Any other ideas?

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by:Faiga Diegel
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:( I'm actually trying to upgrade one of my dev SQL 2005 box to SQL 2008 standard edition with reporting services for the last 2 dyas now. I'm getting a different errors from you. I'm using these links to support my upgrade process:


If  incase I find the same error, I will get back to you on this and share...

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