Chapter 12. Performing Administrative Tasks

After completing this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Use SQL Server Management Studio to update report server properties.

  • Suspend report execution by disabling a shared data source.

  • Edit configuration files to update report server settings for connections, authentication, and memory management.

  • Use logs and performance counters to monitor conditions on the report server.

In addition to managing and securing content, which you learned how to do in the previous two chapters, you perform administrative tasks on the report server from time to time to modify the report server’s configuration or to monitor the status of the report server. This chapter shows you how to use Reporting Services management tools to enable ...

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