Configuring Reporting Services
Use the Reporting Services Configuration tool to configure a SQL Server Reporting Services installation. If you installed a report server using the files-only installation option, you must use this tool to configure the server so that it can be used. If you installed a report server in the default configuration installation option, you can use this tool to verify or modify the settings that were specified during setup. If you are upgrading from a previous version, you can use this tool to update the report server database to the new format.
The Reporting Services Configuration tool can be used to configure a local or remote report server instance. You must have local system administrator permissions on the computer that hosts the report server you want to configure.
Provides recommendations and steps on how to modify the service account and password.
Describes how to configure URLs used to access the Report Server Web service and Report Manager.
Describes how to create a report server database, required for storing server metadata and objects.
Describes how to modify the connection string used by the report server to connect to the report server database.
Describes how to configure a user account to process reports in unattended mode.
Describes how to configure a report server to support e-mail report distribution.
Provides information about configuring multiple report server instances to use a shared report server database.
Provides an overview of the tasks and requirements for adding a report server to an existing deployment of a SharePoint product or technology.
Explains how to use and manage encryption keys that are used when storing sensitive data.
Provides step-by-step instruction for common tasks.
Provides help topics for the pages in the Reporting Services Configuration tool.
The online help for the Reporting Services Configuration tool is a subset of the product documentation for SQL Server Reporting Services. Complete product documentation can be found in SQL Server Books Online.
When you use SQL Server Books Online, you have access to all the topics provided in this online help system, plus additional content about deploying, administering, and securing a Reporting Services installation. For more information, see Getting Started with SQL Server Books Online.