Reporting Services Administrator InfoCenter

A report server administrator installs, configures, secures, and maintains a report server deployment. A report server administrator determines report access and availability by specifying role assignments, report execution and data source property settings, and determining the availability of optional features. The administrator may also be called upon to create a disaster recovery plan, troubleshoot problems, and monitor and optimize report server performance. A report server administrator must also understand the network topology and configuration of the computers used to host and access SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services components.

Job titles that map to the report server administrator role include Database Administrator, Report Server Administrator (Corporate IT), Security Expert, or Lead Database Administrator.

To help you be as effective as possible, the following links jump to those topics considered most useful for the maintenance and optimization of a Reporting Services installation. To view additional information in the documentation, from these topics you can sync to the Table of Contents in SQL Server Books Online, where you will find related topics on advanced features in Reporting Services.




Server Administration

See Also


SQL Server Reporting Services
Reporting Services Information Worker InfoCenter
Reporting Services Developer InfoCenter
Reporting Services Analyst InfoCenter

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Getting Started with SQL Server 2005 Books Online

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