Installing Reporting Services in .NET

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Installing Reporting Services
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or POP3 server that is already running on your network. The Setup routine for Reporting Services will prompt you for the name of the e-mail server and a valid account to use for generating e-mail messages. However, you can edit the Report Server configuration file after installation to change e-mail delivery settings at a later time.
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Refer to Reporting Services Books Online for more information about e-mail settings in the RSReportServer configuration file. Reporting Services Books Online will be installed if you follow the instructions later in this chapter. Alternatively, you can view the same material in the MSDN Library at http: //msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp url=/library/en-us/RSPORTAL/HTM /rs_gts_portal_3vqd.asp.
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To install and run Reporting Services, you will need to have available one or more user accounts to perform the following functions: Log on to a SQL Server instance and install the Reporting Services databases When you install Reporting Services, your account must be a member of the local system administrator s group. Your credentials are used by Setup for authentication on the SQL Server instance that will host the Reporting Services databases, ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB. Your credentials are also used to install these databases to the SQL Server, so you will need the following permissions: create logins, create roles, create databases, and assign permissions to users. Start the ReportServer service This service primarily manages subscriptions and scheduled report executions. If you want to use either of these features, the service must be running. However, you can continue to use other Reporting Services features if this service is not running. During Reporting Services installation, you need to specify an account that will be used to start the ReportServer Windows service. You can choose between a built-in account or a domain user account.
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Important If you re running Windows 2000, Microsoft recommends that you use the Local System account, also known as the NT AUTHORITY/SYSTEM built-in account. Otherwise, you won t be able to use stored credentials or prompted credentials with external data sources. There are no similar restrictions if you re using Windows XP or Windows 2003. Any built-in account or domain user account can be used. (Using credentials with data sources is explained in 8, Managing Content. )
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2 Installing Reporting Services
Connect to the Reporting Services databases The Report Server must be able to access the Reporting Services databases. You can create a dedicated user account for this purpose, either as a service account, a domain account, or a SQL Server login. During installation of Reporting Services, you must provide the credentials for this account. (If you choose to use a SQL Server login, this account will be created in the SQL Server instance if it doesn t already exist.) Setup will assign the account to the RSExecRole and public roles on the ReportServer, ReportServerTempDB, master, and msdb databases.
Important You can use the same credentials that you use to start the ReportServer service, but if you do, and the Report Server is on a Windows Server 2003 machine, you need to install the SQL Server Hotfix 859 before you begin the Reporting Services installation. You can download the hotfix at http: //support.microsoft.com/default.aspx scid=kb;en-us;821334&Product=sql2k. This hotfix will not be required if you have installed Reporting Services SP1 (which has not yet been released at the time of this writing).
If you choose to use a domain user account to connect to the Reporting Services databases, you must configure SQL Server Agent to use a user account in the same domain. The account used by SQL Server Agent does not need to be the same account used to connect to Reporting Services databases. Because schedules are created as SQL Server Agent jobs using the Report Server s domain account, SQL Server Agent needs permissions to access scheduled jobs owned by a domain account. In this procedure, you will add a service account that will be used for running the ReportServer service and for connecting to the Reporting Services databases.
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