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Old 02-07-2008
Jason
 

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Cannot access /reports and reportserver sites
Trying to install Forefront on a Win 2003 R2 server. During setup, there are
no other errors except that it can't connect to http://server/reports and
/reportserver.
When I try to view those sites I get a "Page Cannot be Displayed" error. I
added the sites to the trusted websites list and still no go.

How exactly do I enable this so I can install FCS?

Would appreciate any help on this issue.

Thanks.

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Old 02-13-2008
Chris Green
 

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Re: Cannot access /reports and reportserver sites
On Feb 7, 9:28 am, "Jason" <jsan...@DELETETHISallstatesmedical.com>
wrote:
> Trying to install Forefront on a Win 2003 R2 server. During setup, there are
> no other errors except that it can't connect tohttp://server/reportsand
> /reportserver.
> When I try to view those sites I get a "Page Cannot be Displayed" error. I
> added the sites to the trusted websites list and still no go.



1) Verify that IE can actually get the server/reports and server/
reportserver
2) If so, and you're just being prompted for credentials:

Remove the site from trusted sites and put into the intranet zone.
Even if you add it to intranet zone, you *still* have to remove it
from trusted sites.
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