Peter Blackburn

Peter
Blackburn

Peter Blackburn (peter@boost.net) is a SQL Server MVP and speaks and consults all over the world on SQL Reporting Services. He is founder of Boost Data, a consulting company in Huntingdon, UK. His most recent book is Hitchhiker's Guide to SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services (Addison-Wesley).

Articles
Reporting Services Tip: Resolving 403.9 Errors on Windows XP
Here's a handy workaround to help you avoid errors that cause Microsoft IIS to lock up when when you're working with SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services on Windows XP.
Reporting Services Security
For better security on your reporting system, make sure to follow these steps.

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