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Cannot connect to Reporting Services just after installation

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 31, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
OS Windows Vista Ultimate. SQL Server 2008 RTM, default instance. Reporting services installed in native mode. Control Panel/Services:Can start/stop Database Engine Instance as well as Reporting Services.============================SQL Server Management Studio:Can connect to Database Engine instanceCannot Connect to Reporting Services Error notification as follows: TITLE: Connect to Server------------------------------ Cannot connect to UNIVERSE. ------------------------------ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Unable to connect to the server at SERV1. The specified URL might not be valid or there might be a problem with the report server version or configuration. Specify a different URL, or contact your server administrator to verify that the report server runs SQL Server 2008 or later. Additionally, if you are trying to connect to a SharePoint-integrated report server, verify that SharePoint is installed on the server and that the report server uses SharePoint integrated mode. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.UI.RSClient) ------------------------------BUTTONS: OK------------------------------SQL Server Configuration Manager:Can stop and start instance of Reporting Services   Dump file after starting RS: resourceutilities!WindowsService_0!1024!08/29/2008-14:35:26:: i INFO: Running on 1 physical processors, 2 logical processorsrshost!rshost!1648!08/29/2008-14:35:26:: e ERROR: Failed to regi


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