How to create a virtual directory and get benefit of the IIS. Is there a workaround to accomplish this without the Windows Authentication for Windows 7 Home Premium Edition?
Thanks in advance,
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Recently I had a weird problem while trying to install SQL Server Reporting Service in my local PC. I am using Windows Vista Home Premium and I wanted to configure SSRS in my PC. During the installation, the setup wizard listed all the services that we want to install and I found that only Reporting Server checkbox option was disabled and I wondered why??? I thought it may be becuase of some installation problem and tried again and its useless... I googled lot of sites for 3 days and finally found that due to some IIS issues, it is not possible to install Reporting Server in Vista Home Premium version. Reporting Server needs some specific IIS features to be installed in the machine.
But unfortunately those features are not available for Home Premium users which in term restricts users not to install reporting server in our PCs... Also, Microsoft has accepted it as an issue and its not possible to get it install in Home Premium...just wanted to share and might be useful for someone like me.
I am trying to install the trial version of sharepoint 2010 on my home pc. But when I am trying to install the software prerequitsites, it is getting error. It is saying that "tool does not support the current operating system". Log is given below.
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Processor architecture is (9)
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Reading the following string value/name...
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Common Startup
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - from the following registry location...
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - The value is...
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Trying to remove the startup task if there is any.
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\SharePointServerPreparationToolStartup_0FF1CE14-0000-0000-0000-000000000000.cmd
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Error: Startup task doesn't exist. This is not a continuation after a restart.
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Locating the following command line arguments file:
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - C:\Program Files (x86)\MSECache\oserver2010\PrerequisiteInstaller.Arguments.txt
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Error: This file does not exist
2010-09-19 21:48:19 - Details of the current operating system:
I have Windows 7 home Premium on 64 bit machine. I have installed Visual Studio 2008 sucessfully and SQL Server 2008 installer also shows "successful" installation. However when I try to login thru Sql mgmt Studio, I get error " No process is on the
other end of the pipe". I checked SQL Server configuration and Named Pipes configuration, that seems all right. When I checked event log, it had following msg:
The Tabular Data Stream (TDS) version 0x730a0003 of the client library used to open the connection is unsupported or unknown. The connection has been closed.
on googling, some of posts suggest to download .Net f/w 2.0 SP1. I downloaded the same from MS site, but on instllation, I get msg "this version is not supported on windows vista".
Please suggest any solution/workaround, i have been struggling with this for sometime now.
thanks in advance
i can not able to install SQL server 2005 Developer on windows 7 Home Premium.
i have wimdows 7 Home premium, 64 bit operating system, 4 GB RAM
i can not able to install SQL server database engine and books online but i want to install SQL server database engine running so any idea on that will be appreciated.
i have error like 'how to: view SQL server 2005 setup log files ''
but i have no idea on that means what i have to do for that coz my friend did installation on vista so that source is good.
i am sorry previously i mention wrong now this is right.
i was trying to install SQL server 2005 not SP1...
i have few screenshot of those error page follow this link
and you will see one screenshot so please look at that and reply me as soon as possible...
please anyone have any idea on this...................
- 64-bit, quad processor, 8GB RAM, Windows 7 Home Premium laptop.
I need to :
- setup Sharepoint 2010 development environment using Virtual Box.
- Setup SSRS 2008 R2 for reporting services.
I I have gone through several blogs and post but am not able to understand a clear sequence of what am I supposed to do. Please Please help me setup my machine in a way I can use it for my personal use and also use it for Sharepoint development.
have a problem with my laptop and i do not know if it I burst or windows.The things is i can
not use internet anymore , i
tried to connect via my Can I use Windows 7 Home edition for SP2010? Can I use Windows 7 Home edition for SP2010?
if I cant what are the option to use that?
Can I use Windows 7 Home edition for SP2010?
if I cant what are the option to use that?
I'm quite new to SQL Server so maybe this is an easy question but I haven't found the answer after 3+ hours of Googling and experimenting.
I have a simple set up - two computers named HELEN and DELORES, both running Win XP Pro, SP2. These machines are connected via a home network and both belong to the same Workgroup. There's no Domain involved. HELEN is running SQL Server Express while DELORES is the "client", running SQL Server Management Studio Express. I am using "Windows Authentication" and Named Pipes to allow DELORES to work with the SQL Server Express instance on HELEN.
I have a general understanding of "Windows Authentication" and I was hoping someone could fill in the gaps. I realize "Windows Authentication" uses the underlying Windows User Accounts on the server to validate incoming connections.
I'm sometimes having a problem in connecting SQL Server Management Studio Express (running on DELORES) to the SQL Server Express instance (running on HELEN). This problem may be due to a lack of understanding of Windows User Accounts.
I've found that if I use the exact *same* username *and* passwords on both machines, SQL Server Management Studio Express has no problem connecting to HELEN's SQL Server Express insta
I'm curious if its possible to get windows auth working with asp.net webpages/webmatrix.
I've got it published to IIS with windows auth turned on and anonymous/forms/basic turned off.
I'm guessing the WebSecurity Helper probably won't work here but can you access User.Identity.Name etc?
Sorry for the newbie questions, I've only just started working with asp.net ^^,
I am using SQL Server 2008 under windows authentication, front end is ASP.NET which uses COM+ to access database.
COM+ components are configured to run as domain user.
When looking through the logs (SQL Profiler), I can see the login name as the configured identity instead of windows indentity.
I have got Website running under "Intergrated Windows Authentication" and database is running locally on webserver.
Web configure contains entry for <identity impersonate="true"/>.
My connection string is
connectionString="data source=db01\test01;initial catalog=test; integrated security=SSPI;persist security info=False; Trusted_Connection=Yes"
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i'm using sql server 2005, sql server business intelligence development studio for my reports and deploy them in my wss3.0 site.
what i'm trying to do is i'm trying to restrict wich users can see specific data within a report.
now, the thing is. the report gets the data out of my DB1 database and my windows authenticated user are in the WSS_content database.
when i deploy my report in my wss3 site. it gets the user that is loged in. but of course it does not display any data because the tables are not in the same database.
does someone knows how to do this?
I'm new in using sharepoint and tried to use my windows xp home computer to connect on the company's network. However, when I am trying to join sharepoint as a client computer, I come up with the following message:
Run the wizard to complete networking setup
Problem however, is that the wizard doesn't run.
While I found info describing this issue for win 7 and vista, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926505, I can't find any regarding XP home.
Can someone kindly assist?