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SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services - Can't Authenticate with local windows account

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

No matter What I do, I can't seem to authenticate to SSRS using a local windows account unless that account is a member of administrators. Is there some sort of special role that local users need to be a member of to authenticate properly?

When I attempt to access reporting services, am prompted with a login window asking for login as password. If is use a local admin account it works fine, if I use a local user account, it prompts me again two times and then just shows a blank page. 

NOTES:

  • I've tried adding the local non-admin user account to all of the SQLServer groups but no luck.
  • I've tried deleting and creating a new local user account with the same group membership as above, but no luck.

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