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3 cool tricks you will want to know
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color trick here is the code to find out color or whatever In cmd type in color 0h
Step 2: Trick 2
if you want to find your ip address here is a cool code in cmd type in ipconfig
Step 3: Trick 3
matrix in notepad type in goto sys :sys echo %radom%%radom%%radom%%radom% goto sys
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Cool, I made a list of Basic commands. It's called Basic Batch command list.
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For trick 3 "Matrix", what format do you save in?
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save with a .BAT
there is a lot more to the command prompt than that, check out netstat, trace route, xcopy pinhead you will have to save it as a text file then check the file extension to .bat (batch file)
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The Command Prompt in Windows provides access to over 280 commands . These commands are used to do certain operating system tasks from a command-line interpreter instead of the graphical Windows interface we use most of the time.
For example, Command Prompt commands let you copy data to a different folder, format an entire disk, back up your files, send messages to other computers, restart your own computer, and much more. There are also several Command Prompt tricks and hacks that utilize some of these commands.
Below is a complete list of Command Prompt commands, often called CMD commands (and sometimes incorrectly as Command Prompt codes ), available from the Command Prompt in Windows 11 , Windows 10 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista , and Windows XP .
Since these commands work within the context of Command Prompt, you have to open Command Prompt to utilize them.
It's important to know that the commands in Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, Vista, and XP are called CMD commands or Command Prompt commands , and the commands in Windows 98/95 and MS-DOS are called DOS commands . We've included all of them in this list to help show changes in commands from operating system to operating system.
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As mentioned above, we've also included DOS commands from MS-DOS and early versions of Windows:
Press Ctrl+F while using a desktop browser for a quick way to find more information about a specific command or to look for a particular keyword in this table.
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SQL Server Reporting Services includes several command line utilities that you can use to administer a report server. These utilities are installed automatically when you install a report server.
If you prefer to use a tool that has a graphical user interface, you can use the Report Server Configuration Manager instead of rsconfig and rskeymgmt .
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After the native installation of the SQL Server Reporting Service, we may need to customize some settings of Report Server. SQL Server Reporting Service provides a tool that is named as such; Report Server Configuration Manager. This tool helps us to customize SQL Server Reporting Service parameters and configurations. With the Report Server Configuration Manager, we can change and customize various parameters of the SQL Server Reporting Service. We can find the below settings in Report Server Configuration Manager:
- Service Account
- Web Service URL
- Web Portal URL
- E-Mail Settings
- Execution Account
- Encryption Keys
- Subscription Settings
- Scale-out Deployment
- Power BI Service (cloud)
We can find and run the Report Server Configuration Manager on the Windows start screen.
- Type Reporting in Windows start screen
Click Report Server Configuration Manager.
In the main tab of configuration manager, we can start and stop Report Server service and at the same time we can find out Report Server edition, product version and other main information about SQL Server Reporting Service.
Service Account: In this tab, we can configure Report Server Windows service account. In the built-in account selection box; we can find Network Service and Virtual Service Accounts . These accounts have minimum privileges which they require to run Report Server and have network login permissions. Microsoft recommends that if we don’t have any domain account we can use a Virtual Service Account. Because this account allows us to avoid password expiration or Report Server breakdowns, but if we have a domain account we can create a dedicated account for Report Server and can customize required security policies to this account and can use this account to run Report Server.
Web Service URL: In this setting tab; we can customize network policies which have access to Report Server web URL. So we can control incoming request to Report Server. In this configuration tab we can configure;
- Can filter the web service request
- Can change web service request ports for HTTP and https in Advanced tab
- Can change virtual directory name for the ReportServer. Default virtual directory name is ReportServer .
- Can bind and configure SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certification.
Database: The Report Server database stores all report contents, subscriptions and other several data (Dataset, Data source, Roles etc.) which required by Report Server. In this tab, we can configure the Report Server database connection login and password setting. In the default Report Server installation, two databases are created which are named as ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB. At the same time, this tab provides us to change Report Server database.
In Report Server database, we can find a handy view which is named as ExecutionLog2.
This view helps us to find out the usage frequency of reports, execution times and what parameters are used in the reports. By default, this log is kept for 60 days. We can change this setting to connect the SSRS instance with the management studio.
- Open Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and run as “Administrator”
Select Server type as Reporting Services and click OK
Right click on Report Server instance and select Properties .
Click Advanced tab and change ExecutionLogDaysKept
The other method is;
Click Logging tab and change default number. In this tab execution logging option can disable.
Web Portal URL: In this configuration tab, we can configure web portal virtual directory name and we can change request ports and filter IP address like Web Service URL.
E-Mail Settings: In this configuration tab, we can configure e-mail account for mail subscriptions. Report Server allows us 3 type of authentication methods:
- No authentication
- Username and password for SMTP
- Report server service account NTLM
Now, we will look at how to create an e-mail subscription on SQL Server Reporting Service
- Open report server web portal
Click (…) icon which we want to create mail subscription of report
- Chose to Deliver the report to as E-Mail
- Click Edit schedule and create required subscription schedule
- Click Create Subscription
After completing all these steps about email subscriptions, Report Server will create a job on SQL Agent. If our SQL Agent does not run, we get an error about this.
When we look at the SQL Agent jobs we can find out a job which represents Report Server email subscription.
At the same time, we find some information about this job in Report Server database, the below query returns the following information about subscription.
At last, you can find logs of subscriptions in My Subscription page.
Encryption Keys: In this configuration page, we can find out encryptions keys configurations. Encryption keys are most important for Report Server stored connection strings and other sensitive data in Report Server database and this data is encrypted by these symmetric keys.
For this reason, our first task after the installation of the Report Server should be the backup of this encryption key. Because when we need to move or change the location of the Report Server location. This encryption key provides us to recreate connection strings username and password successfully. If we delete the encryption key Report Server it will clear all connection string usernames and passwords and other sensitive data. We will need to redefine this data.
Backup encryption key
- Click Backup
- Define file location for encryption key
- Set password for encryption key
Subscription Settings: We mentioned about file subscriptions under the email set heading. If we don’t set this setting, the Report Server tries to access file paths with their service account privileges. But in some special security policies service accounts cannot access defined file subscription keys. To handle this issue, we can use file share account. This setting allows us to use different accounts to access file paths.
Scale-out Deployment: In this model, we can run multiple Report Server and can connect one Report Server Database. The benefit of Scale-out Deployment;
- Increase high availability of Report Server
- Handle more concurrent users at the same time without performance issue
- Network load balancing can configure
SQL Server Reporting Services provides us with several configuration settings. With these settings, we can customize the Report Server and adapt it to our business requirements. If you ask my opinion SQL Server Reporting Service is an advanced solution for reporting and business intelligence.
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Where on Earth is the SQL Server Reporting Services Config Manager?
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- Post date February 7, 2018
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While we’re on the topic of SQL Server Reporting Services : WHYYYYYY is the Reporting Service Configuration Manager so hard to find from one server to the next?
For one thing, it doesn’t help that I’m used to hitting the Windows key and typing “SQL Server” for a list of, oh, say, SQL SERVER RELATED PROGRAMS AND OPTIONS .
But noooo, it’s just the Reporting Services Configuration Manager.
For another thing – and I have not yet figured out why this is – on some servers, even hitting windows and typing in “Reporting Services” does not cause the SSRS config manager to show up. Even navigating to the Windows menu > SQL Server sometimes does not reveal the SSRS config manager icon, even on servers where SSRS is installed and running .
It’s a mystery.
In any case, for your (and my) convenience, here is the very Googleable “how do I find the SQL Server Reporting Services Configuration Manager”* answer of your (my) dreams:
Run the SSRS config manager tool by navigating to
c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn\RsConfigTool.exe
…and then pin that sucker to your start menu!
Happy days, Jen
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How to Configure SSRS Web Service Port via Command Line
It is straightforward to change the TCP port of SSRS using the GUI (Reporting Services Configuration Manager) but I am trying to fully script the installation and config of our SSRS servers.
Is it possible to change the TCP port of the SSRS web service via command line?
I have looked through this SSRS documentation from Microsoft , but don't see the option to change the TCP port.
UPDATE: There is still no facility that I can find - as of SQL Server 2014 - to programmatically change the port of SSRS's web service. As per Microsoft , "You must write custom code that makes calls into the Report Server WMI provider. There are no command line utilities or script templates for configuring the URLs."
And even then, the port cannot be changed.
I tried editing the rsreportserver.config file and changing the port in there, but that resulted in "This page can’t be displayed" errors. Bah!
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The Reporting Services Service Account is the account that the Reporting Services application pool (called ReportServer) will run under. This account probably already exists in your environment, but there are some permissions that should be validated to ensure that the K2 integration with Reporting Services functions properly.
The rest of this guide will use domain\Reporting Services Service Account as a placeholder for the Reporting Services Service Account name. When installing K2 in your environment, replace this placeholder with your actual account name.
Application Pool Rights
The SQL Reporting Services Service Account will require elevated permissions to run the application pool. We will use the aspnet_regiis command to configure this. This tool ships with the .NET Framework, and takes the pain out of configuring all the required NTFS permissions, IIS_WPG group membership, security policy user rights assignments, and IIS metabase access rights. For more information, see the MSDN article on setting security rights for .NET Applications, at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms998297. aspx.
To use the aspnet_regiis command, perform the following steps:
Reporting Services Permissions
The SQL Reporting Services Service Account will also require permissions on the SQL Reporting Services databases. To set these permissions, do the following:
In order for users to browse the reports on the server, the following permissions must be configured:
Server Properties => Permissions, add <DOMAIN>\Domain Users place a check in the box for the role System User
Home Folder Properties => Permissions, add <DOMAIN>\Domain Users place a check in the box for the role Browser
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SQL Server Configuration Manager General Information
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SQL Server Configuration Manager is a tool to manage the services associated with SQL Server, to configure the network protocols used by SQL Server, and to manage the network connectivity configuration from SQL Server client computers. SQL Server Configuration Manager is a Microsoft ® Management Console snap-in available from the Start menu, or you can add it to any other Microsoft Management Console display.
Installing SQL Server Configuration Manager
Take the following steps to manually install SQL Server Configuration Manager 2008 :
- Open a web browser and go to the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express Edition with Advanced Services page.
- Select Install under Management Tools .
Accessing SQL Server Configuration Manager
- Click Start .
- Select All Programs .
- Select Microsoft SQL Server 200X .
- Select Configuration Tools .
- Select SQL Server Configuration Tools .
- Select SQL Server Configuration Manager .
- Click the Windows key + R to open the Run window.
- Type compmgmt.msc in the Open: box.
- Expand Services and Applications .
- Expand SQL Server Configuration Manager .
Enable TCP/IP Protocol
- Open SQL Server Configuration Manager .
- Expand SQL Server Network Configuration .
- Select Protocols for XX.
- Right-click TCP/IP and select Enable .
Verify TCP Dynamic Ports
- Select Protocols for SQL (or SQLEXPRESS).
- Right-click TCP/IP and select Properties .
- Select the IP Addresses tab.
- Verify TCP Dynamic Ports under IPAll.
Windows Authentication Method
When you connect through a Windows user account, SQL Server validates the account name and password using the Windows principal token in the operating system. This means that Windows confirms your user identity. SQL Server does not ask for the password, and does not perform the identity validation. Windows Authentication is the default authentication mode, and is much more secure than SQL Server Authentication. A connection made using Windows Authentication is sometimes called a trusted connection, because SQL Server trusts the credentials Windows provides.
SQL Server Authentication
When using SQL Server Authentication, the SQL Server creates sign-ins that are not based on Windows user accounts. The SQL Server creates and stores both the user name and the password. When connecting using SQL Server Authentication, you must provide credentials (name and password) every time that you connect. When using SQL Server Authentication, you must set strong passwords for all SQL Server accounts.
Changing Authentication Method
- Open SQL Server Management Studio .
- Right-click the server in Object Explorer
- Select Properties .
- Select Security .
- Change the authentication to Windows Authentication or to SQL Server and Windows Authentication (Mixed).
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Report Server Configuration Manager Setup For SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
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In this article, you will learn how to configure the setup for SQL Server Reporting Services.
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Install Reporting Services 2016 native mode report server
[!INCLUDE ssrs-appliesto ] [!INCLUDE ssrs-appliesto-2016 ] [!INCLUDE ssrs-appliesto-not-2017 ] [!INCLUDE ssrs-appliesto-not-pbirsi ]
Learn how to install [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] in native mode. This will provide access to a [!INCLUDE ssRSWebPortal ] where you can manage reports and other items.
[!NOTE] Looking for Power BI Report Server? See Install Power BI Report Server .
A [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] native mode report server is the default [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] server mode and can be installed from the [!INCLUDE ssNoVersion ] installation wizard or from the command line. In the setup wizard, you can select to either install files and configure the server with default settings or to only install the files. This topic reviews the Default configuration for native mode where Setup both installs and configures a report server instance. After Setup is finished, the report server is running and ready to use for basic report viewing and report management.
Additional features such as [!INCLUDE sspowerbi ] integration and e-mail delivery with subscription processing require additional configuration.
What is the default configuration?
Setup installs the following [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] features when you select the default configuration for native mode option:
Report Server service (which includes the Report Server Web service, background processing application, and the [!INCLUDE ssRSWebPortal-Non-Markdown ] for viewing and managing reports as well as permissions.
The [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] Configuration Manager
The [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] command line utilities rsconfig.exe, rskeymgmt.exe and rs.exe.
[!INCLUDE ssNoVersion ] [!INCLUDE ssManStudio ] and [!INCLUDE ssBIDevStudioFull ] are now separate downloads.
Setup configures the following for a native mode report server installation:
Service account for the Report Server service.
Report Server Web service URL.
The [!INCLUDE ssRSWebPortal-Non-Markdown ] URL.
Report Server database.
Service account access to the report server databases.
Connection information, also known as the data source name (DSN), for the report server databases.
Setup does not configure the unattended execution account, report server e-mail, back up the encryption keys, or a scale-out deployment. You can use the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] Configuration Manager to configure these properties. For more information, see Report Server Configuration Manager (Native Mode) .
When to install the default configuration for native mode
A default configuration installs [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] in an operational state so that you can use the report server immediately after Setup is finished. Specify this mode when you want to save steps by eliminating any required configuration tasks you would otherwise have to perform in the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] Configuration tool.
Installing the default configuration does not guarantee that the report server will work after Setup is finished. The default URLs might not register when the service starts. Always test your installation to verify that the service starts and runs as expected. See Verify a Reporting Services Installation .
The default configuration option uses default values to configure the core settings required to make a report server operational. It has the following requirements:
Review Hardware and Software Requirements for Installing SQL Server .
[!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] and [!INCLUDE ssNoVersion ] [!INCLUDE ssDE ] must be installed together in the same instance. The [!INCLUDE ssDE ] instance hosts the report server database that Setup creates and configures.
The user account used to run Setup must be a member of the local Administrators group and have permission to access and create databases on the [!INCLUDE ssDE ] instance that hosts the report server databases.
Setup must be able to use the default values to reserve the URLs that provide access to the report server and the [!INCLUDE ssRSWebPortal-Non-Markdown ]. These values are port 80, a strong wildcard, and the virtual directory names in the format ReportServer_< instance_name > and Reports_< instance_name > .
Setup must be able to use the default values to create the report server databases. These values are ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB . If you have existing databases from a previous installation, Setup will be blocked because it cannot configure the report server in the default configuration for native mode. You must rename, move, or delete the databases to unblock Setup.
If your computer does not meet all requirements for a default installation, you must install [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] in files-only mode and then use the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] Configuration Manager to configure it after Setup is finished.
[!IMPORTANT] While Reporting Services can be installed in an environment that has a Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC), Reporting Services needs access to a Read-Write Domain Controller to function properly. If Reporting Services only has access to a RODC, you may encounter errors when trying to administer the service.
Default URL reservations
URL reservations are composed of a prefix, host name, port, and virtual directory:
An example of the complete URL string might be as follows:
https://+:80/reportserver , provides access to the report server.
https://+:80/reports , provides access to the [!INCLUDE ssRSWebPortal-Non-Markdown ].
Install native mode with the SQL Server installation wizard
The following list describes the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] specific steps and options you select in the SQL Server Installation Wizard. The list does not described each page you will see in the installation wizard, only the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] related pages that are part of a Native mode installation.
Run the SQL Server setup wizard (setup.exe) and step through the following preliminary pages:
Install Setup Files
On the Setup Role page, select SQL Server Feature Installation .
On the Feature Selection page, select the following:
(1) Database Engine Services , unless an instance of the database engine is already installed.
(2) Reporting Services-Native .
Review the Feature Rules passed.
On the Instance configuration page, remember that if you choose to configure a Named Instance , you will need to use the instance name in URLS when you browse to Report Manger and the report server itself. If the instance was name was "THESQLINSTANCE" , the URLS would look like the following:
Server Configuration : If you plan to use the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] subscription feature, then on the Server Configuration page, configure SQL Server Agent Automatic Startup type. The default is manual.
Add SQL Server administrators on the Database Engine Configuration page.
On the Reporting Services Configuration page select Install and Configure .
[!NOTE] Install and Configure will not be available unless the database feature is also selected to be installed.
Feature Configuration Rules: verify the rules passed. The setup wizard automatically advances to the Ready to install if the rules all pass. Specific to [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ], the rules verify a report server catalog and temp catalog database do not already exist.
On the ready to install page, note the path to the configuration file as you can refer to it at a later time for a good summary of the servers initial [!INCLUDE ssNoVersion ] configuration including the components installed, service accounts and administrators.
After the SQL Server installation wizard is complete, verify the default Native mode installation using the following basic steps.
Open [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] Configuration Manager and confirm you can connect to the report server.
Open your browser with administrative privileges and connect to the [!INCLUDE ssRSWebPortal-Non-Markdown ], for example https://localhost/Reports .
Open your browser with administrative privileges and connect to the [!INCLUDE ssRSnoversion ] report server page. For example, https://localhost/ReportServer
For more information, see the Native section of the following two topics:
Verify a Reporting Services Installation
Troubleshoot a Reporting Services Installation
To configure [!INCLUDE sspowerbi ] integration so you can pin report items to a [!INCLUDE sspowerbi ] dashboard, see Power BI Report Server Integration .
To configure email for subscriptions processing, see E-Mail Settings - Reporting Services Native mode and E-Mail Delivery in Reporting Services .
To configure the web portal so you can access it on a report computer to view and manage reports, see Configure a Firewall for Report Server Access and Configure a Report Server for Remote Administration .
Troubleshoot a Reporting Services Installation Verify a Reporting Services Installation Configure the Report Server Service Account Configure Report Server URLs Configure a Report Server Database Connection Files-Only Installation (Reporting Services) Initialize a Report Server Configure TLS Connections on a Native Mode Report Server Configure Windows Service Accounts and Permissions
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Silent Installation and Configuration for SQL Server 2017 Reporting Services
With the release of SQL Server 2017, Reporting Services is now a separate installation. The installer can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center and installed in either a free edition (Evaluation, Express, or Developer) or a paid edition with a product key. It can also be installed silently, and in this blog post, I describe how. As a bonus, I also cover some basic configuration using the rsconfig command line utility.
The installer executable has several command line parameters, which you can view using the /? parameter:
Thus, a command line to silently install the Developer edition of Reporting Services would be this:
After installation is complete, the Reporting Services instance (named SSRS ) is unconfigured. The Report Server Configuration Manager GUI is available to configure it. If you need to continue automated and/or silently, the rsconfig tool is available. The command line below will configure Reporting Services to use the service accounts to connect to a (new) database ReportServer on the localhost default instance of SQL Server:
Note: The -i parameter specifies the name of the Reporting Services instance, which is SSRS . Unlike the current docs state, it does not specify the instance name of SQL Server where you will host the report server database.
As a follow-up, I wrote a more complete guide on configuring the report server with PowerShell and WMI .
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Just ran into an issue with the SSRS installer. The command line parameter Edition does not accept ‘ExprAdv’. The following was logged in the SSRS install log that gets saved in %TEMP%\SSRS:
e000: Error: Did not recogonize edition ExprAdv. Valid editions: EVAL, DEV, EXPR.
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It is straightforward to change the TCP port of SSRS using the GUI (Reporting Services Configuration Manager) but I am trying to fully
Look up “Computer Management” in your Search Box. Then select “ Services and Applications”. Click, then Select “SQL Server Configuration Manager”.
Apply any changes. Close the Reporting Services Configuration Manager window. Open a command prompt and perform an IIS Reset again (
Open a web browser and go to the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express Edition with Advanced Services page. Select Install under Management Tools. Microsoft Web
Steps to Setup Report Server Configuration Manager · Database Server. Insert your Server name then select Authentication Type as SQL Server
Install native mode with the SQL Server installation wizard · Open [!INCLUDEssRSnoversion] Configuration Manager and confirm you can connect to the report server
Just ran into an issue with the SSRS installer. The command line parameter Edition does not accept 'ExprAdv'. The following was logged in the