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I am setting us so SSRS (for the first time) for a client. What do i need to do to insure that users can navigate to their SSRS website to view reports?
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I believe they will only be using it on their lan
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See https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143711.aspx for what you need to install.

It says:

Database Engine Services, unless an instance of the database engine is already installed.
Reporting Services-Native.
Management Tools – Basic.

There are also two tickboxes for SSRS-SharePoint if they are using that.
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