Configure a Report Server (Reporting Services Native Mode)
Depending on options you selected during installation, the Report Server might require additional configuration before you can use it. At a minimum, a report server configuration consists of the following:
A Report Server service account (configured during installation).
A Web service URL that provides access to the report server.
A report server database that stores application data, reports, and other items.
Setup configures the minimum settings if you select either of the following installation options: Native mode default configuration or SharePoint integrated mode default configuration. If you installed the report server in files-only mode (this is the Install but do not configure option in the Installation wizard), only the service account is configured. The Web service URL and report server database must be configured after Setup is finished.
It's recommended that you configure web portal so that you can grant user access to the report server and manage report server content. If you deploy a report server in SharePoint integrated mode, use the Web front end of a SharePoint server to grant access.
Additional features, such as report server e-mail and the unattended execution account, can be configured as needed. For more information, see Manage a Reporting Services Native Mode Report Server.
To configure a report server, use the Reporting Services Configuration tool.
To minimally configure a report server installation
Start the Reporting Services Configuration tool and connect to the report server instance. For instructions, see Report Server Configuration Manager (Native Mode).
Click Web Service URL to open the page for configuring a URL for the report server. For instructions on how to define the URL, see Configure a URL (Report Server Configuration Manager).
Click Database to create the report server database. For instructions, see Create a Native Mode Report Server Database (Report Server Configuration Manager).
Go back to the Web Service URL page and click the URL to verify it works.
Follow the instructions in "Next Steps" to complete your deployment.
To complete your deployment, you should configure the web portal or SharePoint integration. For more information, see Configure the web portal.
If Windows Firewall is turned on, the port that the report server is configured to use is most likely closed. One indication that a port might be closed is a blank page when you attempt to open the web portal from a remote client computer. For information on configuring the firewall, see Configure a Firewall for Report Server Access.
If you are using Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, additional steps are required before you can open the web portal locally. For more information, see Configure a Native Mode Report Server for Local Administration (SSRS).
Verify your installation by creating folders, uploading items, and running reports. Follow the instructions in Verify a Reporting Services Installation to verify your installation.
Manage a Reporting Services Native Mode Report Server
Configure a Firewall for Report Server Access
Configure a Native Mode Report Server for Local Administration (SSRS)
Configure a Report Server for Remote Administration
Report Server Configuration Manager (Native Mode)