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Hi All Hoping somebody can help

We have SharePoint 2010 Installed on 1 server that also has SQL R2 Installed everything regarding this server is fine.

We needed to install SharePoint Foundation 2010 on a separate server for some testing Purposes and tried to install Reporting Services Integration within Central Administration.

Basically in there I want to point it to our Working setup so that I can pull reports of it, however within Database Access I get the following

There was an error when granting Access for domain\administrator to this share point farm. Some or all identity references could not be translated.

Just to add I have a sharepoint server as mentioned above working fine with SSRS working as well, Basically I have added another server with foundation on it and I need to view reports of it within foundation

John
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by:Justin Smith
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I assume SQL 2008 R2?  The server running SSRS must have SharePoint installed and be joined to the farm.  In that case you couldn't have an SSRS instance serving multiple farms.
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So I would need to install another instance od SQL on the Foundation Server?
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Yep.
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Ok So just to clarify then

If I were to start From Scratch Using Just SharePoint Foundation And SQL Server 2008 R2 on the same box Using SSRS could I add say a bar chart Using SSRS to a SharePoint page and add some kind of Auto Refresh

Do this two products allow me to do this, I am already doing this using SharePoint but I need to know if Foundation has a Limitation on this

Thanks for your help

John
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How are you doing it in SharePoint?
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I already have a SharePoint Farm Setup with SQL installed on the Same Box and I have no issues using SSRS web parts there.

You said above that SSRS cannot serve Two Farms which makes Sense,

But I was just wondering If SharePoint Foundation can Show SSRS Reports in Real Time

Hence I was trying it Out By Pointing my Foundation Installation to my Existing SQL Server
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Yes, SharePoint Server doesn't offer an advantage over Foundation from strictly an SSRS perspective.  If all you are using on your SharePoint Server is an SP-Integrated SSRS instance and the SSRS web parts, you should be able to do the same in Foundation.
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