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Before You Install SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services On Windows Server 2008

Before You Install SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services On Windows Server 2008

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Before you install SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services, you must enable Microsoft ASP.NETand Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). To enable ASP.NET and IIS, follow thesesteps:1.
 
In Control Panel, click 
Programs
, and then double-click 
Programs and Features
.2.
 
In the
U
ser Account Control
dialog box, click 
Continue
.3.
 
Click 
T
urn Windows features on or off 
.4.
 
In the
Windows Features
dialog box, expand
Internet Information Services
, expand
Web Management
T
ools
, expand
IIS 6 Management Compatibility
, and then click toselect the following check boxes:
o
 
IIS 6 WMI Compatibility
 
o
 
IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility
 5.
 
Expand
World Wide Web Services
, expand
Application Development Features
, andthen click to select the following check boxes:
o
 
ASP.NE
T
 
o
 
ISAPI Extensions
 
o
 
ISAPI Filters
 6.
 
Expand
Common H
TT
P Features
, and then click to select the following check boxes:
o
 
Default Document
 
o
 
Directory Browsing
 
o
 
H
TT
P Errors
 
o
 
H
TT
P Redirection
 
o
 
Static Content
 7.
 
Expand
Security
, and then click to select the
Windows Authentication
check box.
Note
If you do not enable all these features, the
Reporting Services
option does not appear inthe
Feature Selection
dialog box of the SQL Server Setup program.After you enable the required features, you must start the World Wide Publishing service if youwant to install the default configuration of Reporting Services. Otherwise, the SQL Server Setup program only installs Reporting Services and does not configure Reporting Services.Back to the top 
Install SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
To install SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services, follow these steps:1.
 
Log on to Windows Vista, and enable ASP.NET and IIS. For more information, see the"Prerequisites" section.2.
 
Verify that the World Wide Web Publishing service is started. If the World Wide WebPublishing service is not started, configure the service to start automatically. To do this,follow these steps:a.
 
In Control Panel, click 
System and Maintenance
. b.
 
Click 
Administrative
T
ools
.c.
 
D
ouble-click 
Services
.d.
 
In the
U
ser Account Control
dialog box, click 
Continue
.
 
e.
 
Right-click 
World Wide Web Publishing Service
, and then click 
Properties
.f.
 
In the
World Wide Web Publishing Service Properties
dialog box, click 
Automatic
in the
Startup
T
ype
list.g.
 
Click 
Apply
, click 
Start
, and then click 
OK 
.Start to install SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2005 Express Edition with AdvancedServices SP2.
Notes
 
o
 
When you install the original release version of SQL Server 2005, you receive awarning message that explains that this program has known compatibility issues.Click 
Run program
to continue the installation.
o
 
In the
Feature Selection
dialog box, make sure that
Reporting Services
isselected.
o
 
In the
Report Server Installation Options
dialog box, select either of thefollowing options:
 
Install the default configuration
 
 
Install but do not configure the server
 Install SQL Server 2005 SP2.
Notes
 
o
 
For more information about how to obtain SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:913089(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913089/ ) How to obtain the latestservice pack for SQL Server 2005
o
 
If you install SQL Server 2005 Express Edition with Advanced Services SP2, skipstep 4 because SQL Server 2005 SP2 is already installed.
o
 
Y
ou must make sure that the SQL Server service is started before you install SQLServer 2005 SP2. The SQL Server service must be running to perform anauthentication check in the
Authentication Mode
dialog box of the Setup program.
o
 
After you leave the
Authentication Mode
dialog box, you can stop the SQLServer service to avoid a system restart. To stop the SQL Server service, click 
Administrative
T
ools
in Control Panel, double-click 
Services
, right-click theSQL Server service, and then click 
Stop
.
o
 
If the SQL Server 2005 User Provisioning Tool for Vista starts, start the SQLServer service before you grant administrative rights to a user.
Y
ou can use theSQL Server 2005 User Provisioning Tool for Vista to add Windows user accountsto the S
Y
SA
D
MIN fixed server role easily.Start the SQL Server service if the service is not started. If you install SQL Server Express Edition with Advanced Services SP2, reset IIS.To reset IIS, follow these steps:0.
 
Open a command prompt by using the
Run as administrator
option.1.
 
Type IISRESET, and then press Enter.
 
 
If you selected the
Install but do not configure the server
option in the
Report ServerInstallation Options
dialog box, configure the report server. To do this, follow these steps:.
 
Start the Reporting Services Configuration tool. To start the tool, click 
Start
, point to
All Programs
, point to
SQL Server 2005
, point to
Configuration
T
ools
,and then click 
Reporting Services Configuration
.a.
 
In the
U
ser Account Control
dialog box, click 
Continue
. b.
 
In the
Report Server Installation Instance Selection
dialog box, type the nameof the computer in the
Machine Name
box.c.
 
Click the instance of SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services in the
Instance Name
 list, and then click 
Connect
.d.
 
Configure the server for operation.
Note
Reporting Services runs as a legacy application on IIS 7.0. If you configure theapplication pool for the Report Server virtual directory on a new Reporting Servicesinstallation, one of the following methods:
o
 
Select
Classic .NE
T
AppPool
for the report server.
o
 
Create a new application pool. Then, set the
Managed Pipeline Mode
option to
Classic
.If you installed Reporting Services by using the default configuration, the report server runs in its own application pool under the NetworkService account. If you use the defaultconfiguration, the report server is fully operational on Windows Vista. However, youshould avoid running the report server in the default application pool on IIS 7.0. Thedefault application pool has the
Managed Pipeline Mode
option set to
Integrated
.
Y
ouwill receive an "HTTP 500" error message if you run the report server in the defaultapplication pool.Configure the report server for local administration. To access the report server andReport Manager locally, follow these steps:.
 
Start Windows Internet Explorer.a.
 
On the
T
ools
menu, click 
Internet Options
. b.
 
Click 
Security
.c.
 
Click 
T
rusted Sites
.d.
 
Click 
Sites
.e.
 
Under 
Add this Web site to the zone
, type http://
ServerName
. If you are notusing HTTPS for the default site, click to clear the
Require server certification(https:) for all sites in this zone
check box.f.
 
Click 
Add
.g.
 
Repeat step 7f and step 7g to add the http://localhost URL, and then click 
Close
.
Note
This step enables you to start Internet Explorer and open either the localhost or thenetwork computer name of the server for both the Report Server application and theReport Manager application.

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