Hi @Eally ，
What version of SSRS are you installing? Could you describe your installation environment?
I suggest you also check the Windows Event Viewer to see if the problem occurs in the AD group permissions.
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Thanks for your quick response.
Could you share your Event Viewer log? Just hit Start, type “Event Viewer” into the search box, and then click the result. Try to find relevant error information. I think the comprehensive error information will be more conducive to resolving the issue.
It is this error events view?
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According to your screen shot
You are installing SSRS in a domain controller. For security reasons, we recommend that you do not install SSRS on a domain controller, you will meet follow limitation if you do so:
Thank you very much for your help!
It may be caused by domain controller promotion. To resolve this, I should remove AD role, right?
Thanks for your reply. So you indeed want to install SSRS 2019 in Domain controller, I am sorry to say that SSRS 2017and SSRS 2019 are Not Supported on a Domain Controller. To resolve this, you may need to install SSRS 2019 in another machine which is not a domain controller, or like you said remove AD role, make it a none domain controller box.
Hi @Eally ,
You could try to install SSRS after removing the AD role, and then reinstall the AD role. Here is a similar case for your reference:SSRS 2019 setup fails on Windows Server 2016.
I am sorry for the late reply, I see that you have already checked the link. If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.
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