SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services SharePoint 2010 Integrated?

I have a two server setup. One is backend, other is frontend. I've installed SQL Server 2008 R2 CTP on the backend, and SharePoint 2010 Beta on the frontend.

I'd like to install SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services as Sharepoint integrated on the frontend, however when I try to select that in the installation phase, the options to configure as native and sharepoint integrated are both grayed out. How can I integrate Reporting Services to SharePoint on the front end?
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It's because SQL does not see SharePoint services installed on the server that you are installing SSRS on.  Finish the install and then go into the SSRS configuration screen (link available on start menu under SQL after install) and follow the directions here:

You can install and configure the servers in any order, but integrated operations will not be available until the configuration steps are complete for both servers. For detailed information on the installation steps, see the Readme for the existing Reporting Services Add-in.

Step 1: Install a SharePoint technology instance.  (SharePoint server on server 1)

Step 2: Install SQL Server 2008 R2 November CTP Reporting Services and specify that the report server use SharePoint Integrated mode. (server 2)

Step 3: Configure Reporting Services. (using link available after SQL install on server 2)

Step 4: Download the Reporting Services Add-in  here:

Step 5: Install the Reporting Services Add-in and configure the report server on the SharePoint technology instance.

Step 6: Set permissions and add Reporting Services content types.

Good information on SQL 2008 RE SSRS

MS SQL 2008 R2 Product Team Blog

SQL 2008 R2 Developers Training Kit

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SynocusAuthor Commented:
Excellent info.
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