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sql 2005: ssrs report looking credentials

Posted on 2011-09-09
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hi all

each time i go to deploy a new ssrs report it asks me for credentials which it does not accept!
it never used to do this, and i have tried eding the project properties as below to no avail

can anyone advise?

cheers

mal
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Generally, the TargetServerURL goes to the Report Server side of SSRS, not the Report Management side. Try changing this property to "http://<server name>/ReportServer" (sorry, couldn't read the server name).
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yip done the trick!

cheers for that Shaun

MAL
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