Error while accessing Localhost SQL Reporting Services Url – user ‘DomainUserName’ does not have required permissions. Verify that sufficient permissions have been granted and Windows User Account Control (UAC) restrictions have been addressed

In my machine I have 3 SQL server instances installed.

1> SQL Server 2012

2> SQL Server 2012 Express

3> SQL Server 2008 Express

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so the corresponding default local host report server names are as below

1>http://localhost/reportserver   for my default SQL server installation instance, which do not have any instance name as you can see in the 3rd entry in the above picture

2>http://localhost/reportserver_SQLExpress12  for the SQL Server 2012 Express instance

3> for my SQL Server 2008 Express I have not enabled reporting services hence it don’t have any url, but if it was enabled the URL would look like http://localhost/reportserver_SQLExpress

 

I was trying to use this server URL, i.e. http://localhost/reportserver_SQLExpress12 but it was continuously giving me error as below

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I know that My windows UAC setting is at the lowest value, which is not safe, But for this error, I have changed it temporarily.

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still I was facing  the same issue,

I even made sure that the TCP port for the corresponding SQLExpress instance is enabled as well as the reporting services are running, by using the SQL Server Configuration manager tool.

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but still I was facing the same access denied error.

later I realized that if I run the uRL in an IE which is opened in Administrative mode it works.

later I found this msdn ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb630430.aspx )  link, and I followed the steps mentioned in the link To Configure Local Report Server and Report Manager Administration

and that helped me with the error, now I could happily access my report service URL from the browser, without opening in administrative mode.

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Hope this blog helped you too…

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