When attempting to access SSRS report via remote web browser get 'connection refused' error

Tim Brault 0 Reputation points
2023-03-16T15:36:10.1433333+00:00

Reports can be run from the browser on the VM and inbound port rules are configured for port 80 to allow all connections.

SQL Server Reporting Services
SQL Server Reporting Services
A SQL Server technology that supports the creation, management, and delivery of both traditional, paper-oriented reports and interactive, web-based reports.
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  1. Sudipta Chakraborty - MSFT 1,096 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2023-03-16T19:19:58.0366667+00:00

    @Tim Brault :

    Please check the error log. The log file path for 2017 and above versions is: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services\SSRS\LogFiles
    Error log is very helpful for resolving issue.

    Modify the following information in the configuration file (rsreportserver.config) located at: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services\SSRS\ReportServer:

    <Add Key="SecureConnectionLevel" Value="0"/>

    Make sure the value is 0.

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  2. AniyaTang-MSFT 12,306 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-03-17T01:49:03.2633333+00:00

    Hi @Tim Brault

    Have you granted remote permissions? What does your URL look like? It should be "https://<servername>/reportserver". Please check this link to check the correct steps for remote management: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/report-server/configure-a-report-server-for-remote-administration?view=sql-server-ver16.

    If the error still occurs, please provide more detailed error information.

    Best regards,

    Aniya

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