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How do i determine if my client has SSRS installed

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I need to go on a clients computer.  What would be the best way to determine if they have SSRS installed?  All they know is that they want reports .... and they have sql server.
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Start > Programs > SQL Server > Configuration Tools > SQL Server Configuration Manager
List the SQL Server Services to see which services are installed.
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Which version of SQL Server, and do you mean the server or the client tools?

Assuming client tools...
2008 (and R2) >  Microsoft Visual Studio > Create Projects link > Business Intelligence Projects > Report Server Project
2012 > SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) > New Project link > Business Intelligence > Report Server Project
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The server tools I think i want to see if they have report manager
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"i want to see if they have report manager"

Log on to their SQL Server, open up the Reporting Services Configuration Manager through the Start menu, switch to the Report Manager page and check the URL.  If that opens up fine in IE then they've got it running.
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