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Posted on 2010-11-08
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I do not see the Configure option:-i
START | MS SQL | Configuration | Configure Report Server
in the RS; where else could it be? is the install incomplete?

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Question by:anushahanna
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SQL Server 2000 doesn't have Configuration Utility with GUI
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oh, OK- so you see the options fine for 2000 install... would you see only one option under "Reporting Services" in your installation too?
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you also can have Reporting Services Books Online and Reporting Services Samples if they were choosen during installation.
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sounds good - thanks marat-oz
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