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When accessing the report server using the Web Service URLs I am getting "This page can’t be displayed".  I am able to access from http://localhost/Reports/Pages/Folder.aspx.  When I check the log I do see that the "Login failed for user 'xxx'".  I am using the same login credentials that I use to access the report server database Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.  What am I doing wrong???
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When you run it on your local machine you're running it under your credentials. When you run it on a remote server the account will be the account used in your application pool. Make sure that account is the account you've setup for accessing the reports through the Report Services Configuration Manager.
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Then why isn't the url working on the local machine?
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