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  1. Following along in the documentation, I get to where I want to install the Reporting Services Point Role. Figure no big deal. In walking through the steps of role setup everything is great until I go to dropdown the selection for the Reporting Server Instance. It does not see the reporting server instance. In looking at the SQL server, I don't see reporting services listed in the Start Menu and I selected Reporting Services on the original install. I've even gone back into SQL setup to look and SQL setup shows it is installed. Anyone have an idea?
  2. Hello, I'm new to SQL and I need help understanding the best approach to our current problem. I need to build a custom parameter-based report in Microsoft SQL Report Builder 3.0 where you select two or more collections as parameters. The report should then cross reference which computers exist in all selected collections and output their name it to the report. I have built a static query I can run against the SQL server directly, but we need to be able to dynamically select a collection for easier reporting purposes. This is the query I use: SELECT v_GS_SYSTEM.Name0 FROM v_GS_SYSTEM WHE
  3. I installed the Reporting Services Point role on my sql2012 site system server. sccm is installed on my sccm primary site server. I set my network username under the reporting services point properties. My account is a full administrator on both servers. When I click on reports under reporting on the monitoring tab it waits for a while and comes back with no reports. I checked the smsadminui.log and get the following. [7, PID:4532][11/21/2014 08:23:44] :[ReportProxy] - User-specified default Reporting Point [sCCM.legislature.intranet] could not be found, [sql2014-SCCM.legislature.int
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