I have a client where we deployed Lync 2010 for a couple years ago for. They've been having some quality issues, so I decided to install Lync Monitoring Server. I could not get SQL Reporting Services to install on the Lync Server, a dedicated box, so I opted to use a database/file server in the same rack (referred to as the SQL Server). This same server used to house a RemoteApp server as well, but those services have been disabled.
The topology was successfully changed to include the SQL server. I get up to the point where I go to deploy the Monitoring Server Reports and run receive the following output.
> Deploying Monitoring Server Reports... This might take a few minutes.
The Monitoring Server is using SQL instance "<SQL Server FQDN>".
The data source is using SQL instance "(local)".
The following URL will be used for deployment: https://<server>.<domain>.loc:433/ReportServer
SQL Server logon credentials for "<domain>\<username>" already exist. Use the existing logon credentials.
"[QoEMetrics]" role "[ReportsReadOnlyRole]" has already assigned to "<domain>\<username>".
"[LcsCDR]" role "[ReportsReadOnlyRole]" has already assigned to "<domain>\<username>".
Start to deploy reports...
Client found response content type of '', but expected 'text/xml'.
The request failed with an empty response.
An error occurred when deploying Monitoring Server Reports. For details, see the log.
I cannot find a log file, nor does the install offer to open the log for me.
There is not a local WSS_WPG user's group, but there is one on the domain. This server is not a DC. Following directions from a Technet post
, I ran the services under a domain user account.
When I try to browse to https://
er, I do get a HTML 500 error. I've run into this with both standard and non-standard ports.
I have tried so many other things that I can't remember them all right off hand. The SQL server is SQL 2008. Windows in Server 2008 R2 Standard 64-bit.
My knowledge of IIS is mainly from dabbling with a web server as a hobby, and that was Server 2000. I know the bare basics of SQL.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated!