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SSRS: Report Server Configuration

Part of Microsoft Reporting Services Basics

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“Before you can run you must walk”. Never a more a true word said!  If your intention is to produce SSRS reports for small to large businesses you need to ensure you have configured the server properly.

SSRS Configuration

This video overview will cover the configuration of SSRS.  At the end of this video you should be able to understand what each element of the SSRS configuration process is.  How you choose to configure is different for each company I have worked for, so its important to take note.  The configuration will cover many steps including how the report server does maintence and scheduled jobs to how the server can email reports to people.  All this is part of the configuration so as I started this post off, it is a fundamental that a lot of new developers overlook as they want to get to the good stuff( me included !).

So sit back and watch bearing in mind that all that is covered here will come back to haunt you later if not properly configured!

This video is one of many SSRS video tutorials on this site click here for more

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154 Comments

  1. Thomas Christopher Massey says
    02 Apr 15 at 8:23pm

    this makes my butt hurt, and i farted. Is there something wrong with my
    tacos?

  2. muneer hussain says
    04 Jun 13 at 8:25am

    “‘Microsoft.ReportingServices.RsProxy.AccessDeniedException’ was thrown.” when i was deploying my report in visual studio 2008 . i set the exact settings which u explained in the vedio but all in vein, now i am getting crazy about this error ! please help

  3. muneer hussain says
    04 Jun 13 at 8:25am

    “‘Microsoft.ReportingServices.RsProxy.AccessDeniedException’ was thrown.” when i was deploying my report in visual studio 2008 . i set the exact settings which u explained in the vedio but all in vein, now i am getting crazy about this error ! please help

  4. evan wilder says
    03 Oct 12 at 8:07pm
  5. MySamNew says
    04 Aug 12 at 6:57am

    Excellent communication skills and expert knowledge. Would love to see more videos covering data mining and BI tools. Thanks.

  6. MySamNew says
    04 Aug 12 at 6:57am

    [..YouTube..] Excellent communication skills and expert knowledge. Would love to see more videos covering data mining and BI tools. Thanks.

  7. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  8. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    [..YouTube..] Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  9. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    [..YouTube..] @darthlitos Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  10. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    @darthlitos Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  11. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    @darthlitos Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  12. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    @darthlitos Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  13. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    @darthlitos Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

  14. PCTeachME says
    13 Sep 11 at 10:45am

    @darthlitos Sorry for the delay, you probably have sorted this out by now but here are my 2 cents. Without knowing the error message or edition of SQL. I would suggest your first area to look at is the services section of windows and make sure reporting services is running (start>run services.msc) common prob is the account used to run, after that check the event logs on startup and see if anything is in there relating to SSRS failure. If you have sorted please post back solution for others

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