Troubleshooting SQL Server Reporting Service Error “This page might not function correctly because either your browser does not support scripts or active scripting is disabled” in SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services


Jun 14, 2012

Introduction

In this article we will take a look at the steps you need to follow to resolve “This page might not function correctly because either your browser does not support scripts or active scripting is disabled” error in SQL Server Reporting Services in SQL Server 2008.

This page might not function correctly because either your browser does not support scripts or active scripting is disabled error troubleshooting

Error Message

This page might not function correctly because either your browser does not support scripts or active scripting is disabled.

Troubleshooting Steps

Below mentioned are the steps to resolve the above mentioned error in SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services.

1. Click Start -> Right click Internet Explorer -> Select Run as Administrator from the drop down list as shown in the snippet below.

Run as Administrator Internet Explorer

2. In Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options. In the Internet Options dialog box; select Security Tab and then click on Sites button under Local Intranet as highlighted in the snippet below.

Add sites to local intranet for reporting services

3. In Local Intranet dialog box; enter the Reports URL address as shown in the snippet below and then click Add button to add it to the websites. Click Close to exit and return to Internet Options dialog box and finally click OK to exit the Internet Options dialog box.

Add Reporting Service URL to Local Intranet

4. Once these small change are implemented the following error message “This page might not function correctly because either your browser does not support scripts or active scripting is disabled.” in SQL Server Reporting Server URL will disappear and you will be able to easily modify data sources and report related changes.

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