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Click the button icon next to Reporting Services Samples and then click Entire Feature Will Be Installed On Local Hard Drive.
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Note You can skip this step if you don t want to use the samples that ship with Reporting Services. You can always use Setup later to install the samples individually if you change your mind.
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The Feature Selection page of the setup wizard is displayed:
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Notice that you can change the installation directory for some features. If you click a feature and the Browse button is dimmed, you re not allowed to change the location. Also, when you click a feature, the disk space required to install the selected feature is displayed. Use the Disk Cost button to see the total space required for all the Reporting Services you selected to verify that you have enough space available in the specified installation locations. Click the Next button.
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The ReportServer Windows service needs to run under a Local System or domain user account as explained earlier in this chapter. If you re installing Reporting Services on Windows Server 2003, you can also choose to run the service using either the LocalService or NetworkService account. The options that you can choose from will depend on the local operating system. You can also decide whether you want the ReportServer service to automatically start when the server starts.
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Part 1
Getting Started with Reporting Services
In this procedure, you will assign the ReportServer2000 account as the service account for the ReportServer Windows service.
Select a service account
On the Service Account page, click Use A Domain User Account. Enter ReportServer2000 as the user name, and then enter the account password that you created earlier in this chapter and enter the domain name.
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If you need to change this account or its start options later, you can use the Services console.
Notice that the service account for the Report Server Web service is displayed on this page. You are not allowed to specify a different account. Click the Next button.
Specifying the Report Server and Report Manager Virtual Roots
Virtual directories are used to access Report Server and Report Manager. These virtual directories are created on the Default Web Site in IIS. If your Web Server is dedicated to Reporting Services, you should redirect the home page to the Report Manager s home page, although this is not required. You can also secure data sent
2 Installing Reporting Services
to browser or client applications with SSL encryption, but you must have an SSL certificate installed before starting the Reporting Services installation. In this procedure, you will specify names for the virtual directories assigned to Report Server and Report Manager.
Configure virtual directories
Keep the default settings on the Reporting Services Virtual Directories page, except clear the check box Use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Connections When Retrieving Data On These Virtual Directories. The Reporting Services Virtual Directories page of the setup wizard looks like this:
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You don t need to enter the http:// part of the URL if you replace the virtual directory name. Click the Next button.
Specifying the Report Server Database
You need to select a local or remote SQL Server instance that will host the Reporting Services database. You can use an existing Report Server database or provide a unique name if you want to create a Report Server database. You also need to specify an account that Reporting Services will use to connect to this database at run time. The default account is the service account used to run the
Installing Reporting Services
Part 1
Getting Started with Reporting Services
ReportServer Windows service, but you can also specify a domain user account or a SQL Server login to conform to existing security practices for your SQL Server instance. In this procedure, you will specify the SQL Server instance and the name of the database used by the Report Server.
Configure the Report Server database
On the Report Server Database page, keep the default settings. The Report Server Database page of the setup wizard looks like this:
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