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SQL reporting services

Posted on 2011-09-29
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hi,
I already have SQL 2005 installed on win server 2008 32 bit.
and not want to install reporting services. However during the installation, i get 'IIS feature requirement' warning and the reporting services option is greyed out. the server has IIS 7 installed and also IIS 6 compatibilty.

what is missing?
Please help

thanks
pritam
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Here is an Microsoft article that gives step by step instructions on installing SSRS 2005 on Windows Server 2008.  Are these the steps that you followed?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938245

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thanks for the help.

i was able to solve it. Basically Windows authentication wasnt enabled on the server which was causing issues.

thanks
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solved myself
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