SSRS 2016: You are not allowed to view this folder. Contact your administrator to obtain the necessary permissions.

In this article, I will solve the below issue in SQL Server Reporting Service 2016

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Reporting Service 2016 - You are not allowed to view this folder. Contact your administrator to obtain the necessary permissions.
Applies To

SQL Server Reporting Service 2016.


Steps

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SQL Server: Get the Detailed Information Via SERVERPROPERTY

In this article, we will explain

  • How to get the SQL Server Instance Information using “SERVERPROPERTY”?
  • How to get the SQL Server Instance Information remotely?

What’s the SERVERPROPERTY?

SERVERPROPERTY is a System Defined function used to return the SQL Server Instance Information.

SERVERPROPERTY Syntax

SERVERPROPERTY ('propertyname')

propertyname is one of the following values.

  • MachineName.
  • ComputerNamePhysicalNetBIOS.
  • ServerName.
  • InstanceName.
  • InstanceDefaultDataPath.
  • InstanceDefaultLogPath.
  • Edition.
  • EditionID.
  • EngineEdition.
  • ProductBuild.
  • ProductBuildType.
  • ProductLevel.
  • ProductMajorVersion.
  • ProductMinorVersion.
  • ProductUpdateLevel.
  • ProductVersion.
  • BuildClrVersion.
  • Collation.
  • LCID.
  • IsSingleUser.
  • IsIntegratedSecurityOnly.
  • IsHadrEnabled.
  • HadrManagerStatus.
  • IsAdvancedAnalyticsInstalled.
  • IsClustered.
  • IsFullTextInstalled.
  • ProcessID.

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SQL Server: How to get the current installed update level

Consider you need to install a new Cumulative Update or Service Pack on your current SQL Server, but you don’t know what’s the current update level that already installed in your environment!!

In this article, we will explain

How to detect the current Cumulative Update / Service Pack that was installed on SQL Server.


Detect the Current Cumulative Update / Service Pack Installed

You can use the ServerProperty as a system defined function to return the SQL Server Instance information like the ProductLevel and ProductUpdateLevel

The ProductLevel returns the version level of the SQL Server instance as the following.

  • RTM‘ = Original release version
  • SPn‘ = Service pack version
  • CTPn‘, = Community Technology Preview version

Example 


select SERVERPROPERTY('ProductLevel') as 'Product Level'

Detect the Current Cumulative Update / Service Pack

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