I am running SSRS (SQL Server 2012 Standard) on a MS Windows Server 2012. I noticed the IIS role was installed on the box and removed it as this machine does not host any sites. However doing this seemed to have disabled accessibility to SSRS. I had thought that SQL 2012 no longer required IIS installed. Do I need it after all?
According to this (http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/jamesserra/2012/07/18/ssrs-does-not-require-iis/) post, you don't need install IIS.
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