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Cannot reach SSRS reporting URL from LAN Machine

Posted on 2014-09-08
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I am trying to run a new instance of SSRS on a server.  I run all sql instances from a client machine connected to the same LAN.  When I try to set up reporting server and then browse to the web service and report manager URLs I get an error saying "The underlying connecation was closed:  An unexpected error on cured on a send"  If I try to go the same site on the server it prompts me for credentials and then gives me the same error.  What is the best way to remedy this?

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Have you run the SQL Reporting Services Configuration Tool yet?  

Can you connect to the report server while on the server itself?

Also, is the server part of a scale-out deployment?  That would affect your overall deployment.

Are you able to ping the report server's fully qualified domain name, e.g. myreportserver.acme.com?

Just a few thoughts that might help.
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