Installing SSRS 2016

James Anderson has a quick runthrough of installing SSRS 2016:

This first post of 3 takes a quick peek at SSRS 2016 using the Community Technical Preview (CTP) 3.2. I will be making a quick post installation tweak and then guiding you through the steps to build your first report. If you are experienced with SSRS you can probably just scan this post to see the differences in 2016. See the past post Installing SQL Server 2016 for details on the install I did prior to working on this post.

Installation and configuration don’t look radically different from the last couple versions, but it’s good to get a refresher on the topic.

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