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How do I know - SSRS


How do I know - SSRS

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I believe if SSRS has been installed/enabled on my server, I can find out be looking in the sys.databses table for one of the two ReportServer% DBs, right?

How can I tell if SSRS is installed on a different server that is accessing data from my server?


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Not necessarily. The reporting databases don't have to be on the same server. They can be installed on another server then the one SSRS is installed one.

I would check the services to see if the SSRS service is enlisted. (type services.msc in the run box)


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jdpaschedag (10/30/2012)
I believe if SSRS has been installed/enabled on my server, I can find out be looking in the sys.databses table for one of the two ReportServer% DBs, right?

How can I tell if SSRS is installed on a different server that is accessing data from my server?


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There are couple of ways where you can find if SSRS is installed locally or not .. Below will help you ...

goto run->inetmgr

then go to websites --> default websites --> look for ReportServer and ReportManager directories installed or not

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right-click My Computer >> select Manage >> select Services and Applications >> Services Internet Information
Services >> Web Sites >> Default Web Site >> and check for the Reports and ReportServer virtual directories.

check for deployed reports by logging on to the server : http://localhost/reports

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I suppose create a trace in profiler to see what connections to your database are coming from other servers and using the account that ssrs is running under. If the reports are stored somwhere you can query the xml files to see if your database is listed anywhere in there, unless a shared connection is used. My thoughts.

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Why not just go on the server and Start, Programs, SQL Server, Configuration Tools, Reporting Services Configuration Manager and see what's set up that way??
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