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sql server express reporting services

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hi

I am trying to use sql server 2008 express reporting services for the first time on windows 7 home premium on a stand alone PC. I'm not having any problem with management studio. At the Reporting Services Configuration Connection window the server name is user-pc, the report server instance is blank and cannot be selected. The Connect button is greyed out. I am sure I downloaded the advanced services version. Does this mean reporting services did not install and I have to unistall and install sql server express again?

Thks for any help

Maren




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