Re-sign application and development manifest
Hi all, is it possible to re-sign the application and deployment manifest of Report Builder? I found that the certificate signed by Microsoft has been expired which is causing trust prompt to end users. Thanks. Rgds, Zan
May 18th, 2012 3:28am

Hello Zan, In Report Builder, credentials are often used when you connect to a report server or for data-related tasks, such as creating an embedded data source, running a dataset query, or previewing a report. I recommend you that refer to the following article, it help you to understand credentials in Report Builder. Please see: Regards, Bin Long TechNet Subscriber Support If you are TechNet Subscription user and have any feedback on our support quality, please send your feedback here.Bin Long TechNet Community Support
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May 21st, 2012 5:32am

Hi Bin, Thanks for your reply. Actually I'm not talking about how to authenticate against Reporting Server by using Report Builder, my problem is that the ClickOnce deployment manifest of Reportbuilder doesn't work when the trust prompt of the client workstation is set to disable, which mean client failed to launch a Reportbuilder via Clickonce. How to: Configure the ClickOnce Trust Prompt Behavior Disable the trust prompt. Disabled The ClickOnce trust prompt is not displayed for any ClickOnce applications that are not signed with an explicitly trusted certificate. After investigation, we found that the certificate used to signed the Deployment and application manifest of report builder has been expired. Is there any way to solve the issue? To set the trust prompt to either enabled or Authenticoderequired is not an option due to company policy. We consider re-signing the deployment manifest to replace the default one signed by Microsoft that should be able to solve the issue, but we have another concern that change may lead some violation of Product User Right any idea. thanks! Rgds, Zan
May 22nd, 2012 5:55am

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