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Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

We need to install sql server 2005 on a new computer for example sql2. We currently have an exiting one called sql1 without reporting service installed.

After the new server installation, then I will apply service pack 3, and restore databases,  Then we will turn off sql1, and rename the new server to sql1.

My question is about reporting service.

Shall I install reporting service on the new server after or before rename server?
 I searched it may have problems with reporting service after renaming the server.

So I think it may be better to install sql server reporting service after I rename server.

But then reporting service is not SP3, correct?
Will that work?

Thanks

 




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