SQL Server 2012 setup doesn't allow installation of "Management Tools - Complete"

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I am trying to use the SQL SSMS tool to connect to Analysis Services and Reporting Services. These should be part of the setup of "SQL Server 2012". However when I run the setup all I see is a  checkbox for "Management Tools - Basic" and I should see a sub-option for "Management Tools - Complete".  How can I get this option to appear. Here is a  screenshot of my setup screen: Setup screenshot
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SSMS has been separated from the server install.  I would recommend downloading the latest version of SSMS as it is backwards-compatible with previous server versions.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt238290.aspx
Vitor MontalvãoIT Engineer
Distinguished Expert 2017

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Where did you download that from?

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I'm not sure where I originally downloaded the files from. It would have been sometime in early 2015 so I have forgotten all of the details. But a co-worker pointed me to a setup file he had on a network drive and I attempted to re-install using that but still had the same issue where the "Management Tools - Complete" option was missing.  However, Brian's link to the 2016 SSMS preview has solved my problem.
Vitor MontalvãoIT Engineer
Distinguished Expert 2017

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Be aware that's SSMS 2016 and isn't supported yet. Look forward for the RTM version and check if you have all necessary features for your SSAS (even it should has backward compatibility some deprecated features might not available in newer versions).

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