Publishing SSRS report on Sharepoint

I have a Report Server that I am attempting to publish on Sharepoint, and I'm running into a roadblock. I am running in Sharepoint Integrated mode.  I have a report I built in Visual Studio, which pulls data from a SQL Server database.  

I am unclear about how to proceed.  I have a default Sharepoint account, with the internal address "http://spserver/sites/ssrs/Pages/Default.aspx".  The Visual Studio is set to deploy to "http://spserver/sites/ssrs/reports/".  It appears to find the path, but when I attempt to authenticate, the login box fails to work, even though the account has full administartive rights.

Your help is greatly appreciated, ~Peter Ferber
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zephyr_hex (Megan)DeveloperCommented:
i could never get this to work, but in my case, we did not have kerberos.  i believe kerberos was the required element.

since you are getting an authentication prompt, you might start troubleshooting your issue there.  Windows will log something in the Event log.  and if the authentication issue is coming from SQL, SQL will log something, too.  so, perhaps check your Event viewer and SQL logs.

more on SSRS authentication here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb283324.aspx
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SharegateCommented:
I suggest you read this blog post : http://en.share-gate.com/blog/Migrating-Reporting-Services-reports-to-SharePoint

It's a valuable solution for deploying SSRS reports into SharePoint.

If you have few reports and it's a one shot, you'll be able to do it free by using the 15 days trial.

I hope this help!
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