Report Server Installation Options
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Use the Report Server Installation Options page of the Microsoft SQL Server Installation Wizard to specify options that determine how a report server instance is installed. The availability of an installation option depends on whether you are also installing a local instance of SQL Server Database Engine at the same time you are installing the report server, and whether other default values are available to use.
If Setup cannot perform a default report server configuration because one or more requirements are not met, the Installation Wizard allows only the minimal installation option; copying the files you need, but requiring you to use the Reporting Services Configuration tool to configure the report server after setup is finished.
In some cases, if a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate is installed on the computer and is bound to a strong wildcard, Setup will create the Reporting Services URLs using the HTTPS prefix. For more information about how certificates are mapped to Reporting Services URLs, see Configuring a Report Server for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Connections in SQL Server Books Online.
An existing report server database file can cause setup to fail if you choose one of the default installation options. When you choose a default installation option, setup attempts to create a report server database using the default name. If a database with that name already exists, setup will fail and you will have to roll back the installation. To avoid this problem, you can rename the existing database before you run setup or choose the Install but do not configure server option so that you can specify custom database settings after setup is finished.
To install the Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Technologies, click the rsSharePoint.msi file in the Setup folder on SQL Server installation media after SQL Server Setup is complete. The add-in is also installed as part of the SharePoint 2010 products pre-requisite installer. You can also download the add-in. For more information, see SQL Server® 2008 R2 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint® Technologies 2010.