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I am working on creating SSRS reports and wan't to deploy them to Report Manager. What is the URL?

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I am working on creating SSRS reports and wan't to deploy them to Report Manager. What is the URL?  I tried the URL under Report Manager in Sql Server Configuration manager but that didn't get me anywhere.
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Try the one you put under SSRS Configuration - hopefully you did that already.
Usually the "TargetServerURL" is the URL of your Report server where you can login via HTTP and see the SSRS Home - would be something like your SSRS Server IP:portNumber

http://IP:portNumber/ReportServer

And then login into the ReportManager website - which would be something like

http://IP:portNumber/ReportManager

with the Domain Account that is SSRS Admin to view/modify the deployed reports.
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Yes, i tried the one under TargetServerURL.  I am just getting set up with reporting so i am thinking there is some setup work i need to do.
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