Wednesday, February 06, 2013 7:43 PM
Hello and thank you for reading,
I'm brand new to SSRS. I've set up a few basic reports while logged into our SQL server (with full admin rights). I am able to load and create reports, but when logged into my work pc I am not able to load the Reports page. Neither are my users for that matter. we get " Internet Explorer Cannot display the webpage" in IE.
I've searched around for SSRS issues, but have been lost in the sea errors. I'm only speculating, but does it have anything to do with not using an SSL Cert? and is there any way to not have to use one while on the network? ...I'm a IT guy on a non existant budget...
When I'm logged on via the SQL server the page is not a https site.
Is there a basic step that I missed somewhere? Please ask any questions you may have and I will do my best to answer them
Friday, February 08, 2013 3:19 AMModerator
Please verify that you had access the Report Server or Report Manager with correct URL and the windows account has permission to access the Report Server. You can review the Web Services URL and Report Manager URL in Reporting Services Configuration Manager.
What’s more, please review reporting services log files to determine why you are receiving the browser error. The file is located at \Microsoft SQL Server\<SQL Server Instance>\Reporting Services\LogFiles.
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