“There are validation errors on this page. Click OK to close this dialog box. Review errors at the bottom of the setup page, then provide valid parameters or click Help for more information” when trying to install SQL SSRS

"There are validation errors on this page. Click OK to close this dialog box. Review errors at the bottom of the setup page, then provide valid parameters or click Help for more information" when trying to install SQL SSRS

“There are validation errors on this page. Click OK to close this dialog box. Review errors at the bottom of the setup page, then provide valid parameters or click Help for more information” when trying to install SQL SSRS

On the Server Configuration page of the SQL Server 2014 Setup wizard I have selected the account I want the SQL Server Reporting Services service to run under but when I click Next > I get a SQL Server 2014 Setup dialog box stating:

There are validation errors on this page. Click OK to close this dialog box. Review errors at the bottom of the setup page, then provide valid parameters or click Help for more information.

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Did you miss the Sneak Peek sessions for the Cireson Portal for Configuration Manager yesterday?

Yesterday Wally and Shaun gave an awesome webinar on the upcoming Cireson Portal for Configuration Manager.

If you missed it don’t worry as you can watch the video for free by following the Watch Now link beside the Sneak Peek: The Cireson Portal for Configuration Manager video under the On-Demand Webinars section on the Cireson Showcase page.

Whilst you’re there check out details of the free Cireson Configuration Manager Community Apps.

And if you don’t find what you’re looking for or need more information then just fill in the contact form and we’ll get right back to you.

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“MP Control Manager detected management point is not responding to HTTP requests. The HTTP status code and text is 401, Unauthorized”

MP Control Manager detected management point is not responding to HTTP requests. The HTTP status code and text is 401, Unauthorized

“MP Control Manager detected management point is not responding to HTTP requests. The HTTP status code and text is 401, Unauthorized”

I have a Management Point that when I view it in Site Status in the Console (MonitoringOverviewSystem StatusSite Status) it’s Status is showing as Critical. It is also reporting Error Status Message ID 5436.

If I look in mpcontrol.log I am seeing:

Call to HttpSendRequestSync failed for port 80 with status code 401, text: Unauthorized
Http test request failed, status code is 401, 'Unauthorized'.

I have tried all kinds of things such as removing and reinstalling the MP, running the prerequisite check for the MP to make sure I haven’t missed anything there, and even a Site Reset all without success.

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How do I run the “mplist” test to check my SCCM Client can connect to a Management Point?

How do I run the “mplist” test to check my SCCM Client can connect to a Management Point?

In this post we explain how to run the mplist test to verify your ConfigMgr Client can connect to a Management Point.

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The Cireson Portal for Configuration Manager – Coming Soon!

Ever wished for a web front end to ConfigMgr / SCCM to help make both your and the users of the ConfigMgr Console lives easier?

Well Cireson have just announced their new Portal for Configuration Manager which is a web-based experience to help manage and standardize daily tasks outside of the native Configuration Manager console.

I’ve been playing with a beta and am very impressed with it and I can see it being of great use to many organisations that ideally don’t want people using the ConfigMgr Console, but don’t have a choice as they need access to it for their job.

For a taste of what’s coming head on over to the following page where you can signup for first priority access to be kept informed of progress and receive information as it becomes available:

http://go.cireson.com/cireson-portal-for-configmgr

Plus if you scroll all the way to the bottom you can watch a video Wally has put together giving you an overview of the Portal.

Want to know more? Why not sign up to for a tour of the new Portal that Wally is giving next Wednesday (7th December) in his free webinar and see for yourself the huge benefits the Portal can bring to you and your organisation.

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How do I configure SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on SQL Server 2014?

How do I configure SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on SQL Server 2014?

Installing SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) (which we covered in the How do I install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on an existing SQL 2014 server? FAQ), is only part of the process for getting SSRS up and running on a server running SQL Server 2014.

Before you can use it with other programs such as SCCM / ConfigMgr you need to perform the configuration detailed in this post.

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How do I configure SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on SQL Server 2014?

How do I configure SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on SQL Server 2014?

Installing SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) (which we covered in the How do I install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on an existing SQL 2014 server? FAQ), is only part of the process for getting SSRS up and running on a server running SQL Server 2014.

Before you can use it with other programs such as SCCM / ConfigMgr you need to perform the configuration detailed in this post.

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How do I install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on an existing SQL 2014 server?

How do I install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on an existing SQL 2014 server?

So you want to be able to run Reports in SCCM / ConfigMgr but don’t have SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) installed on your existing SQL 2014 server? Wondering how to install SSRS on an existing SQL 2014 Server? Well in this post we show you how.

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How do I install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on an existing SQL 2014 server?

How do I install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on an existing SQL 2014 server?

So you want to be able to run Reports in SCCM / ConfigMgr but don’t have SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) installed on your existing SQL 2014 server? Wondering how to install SSRS on an existing SQL 2014 Server? Well in this post we show you how.

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