- Installation Pathways and Preparation
- Step by Step: Installing Reporting Services on a Server with IIS
- Installing Reporting Services in a Non-Default Website
- After InstallationTuning and Reconfiguring
- Testing the Installation
- Installing Reporting Services on a Web Farm
- Removing Reporting Services
- Reporting Services Documentation Refresh
- Reporting Services Service Pack 1
Reporting Services Service Pack 1
To keep the download as small as possible, Reporting Services Service Pack 1 (SP1) doesn't install the Documentation Refresh. So be aware that you'll need to install the Documentation Refresh separately.
SP1 is supplied as a single executable, and it upgrades all versions of Reporting Services (Enterprise, Developer, Standard, and Evaluation). It also updates all the installation configurations. To install it, simply execute it on the development machines and servers. While it's independent of Service Pack 4 for SQL Server 2000, Microsoft recommends that SQL Server Service Pack 4 be applied firstonce it's released. We guess this means that you may need to re-apply the Reporting Services Service Pack after you've installed SQL Server Service Pack 4. <Sigh> However, do not postpone installing Reporting Services Service Pack 1it contains certain security enhancements that we strongly advise be applied.