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Posted on 2013-01-28
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Using MS SQL Server 2008 R2 and Report Builder 3.0.  I can't save my simple test query / report, to the the Report Server.  The status at the bottom of the Report Builder does reflect "connected" status.  The error (attached) seems to be a permission error, but I don't understand how to correct the problem.
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by:deviprasadg
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Please try running the Application as Administrator.(MS SQL Server 2008 R2 SSMS and Report Builder 3.0)
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I'm sorry.  Between the time I posted this question, and your answer, I went to the SQL Server Reporting Services Home page and selected Folder Settings and added my current Windows User account as a Content Mgr.  That seemed to solve the immediate problem.  I am confused about something else that you may know the answer to and will post that as a separate question so that I can award you the points.
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It seemed to work for me.
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