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SSRS 2008 R2 configuration files

  • Sep 11 / 2013
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dbDigger, Reporting Services SSRS

SSRS 2008 R2 configuration files

Various SSRS settings can be seen and modified in the provided configuration files. We should backup these files and log any changes made to these. Following is the list of major SSRS 2008 R2 log files along with their path on disk

  • RSReportServer.config: It stores the configuration settings for Report Manager, the Report Server Web service features as well as background processing. Click here to get its details on BOL.
  • RSSrvPolicy.config: It stores the security policies for code access of the server extensions. Click here to read about using Reporting Services security policy files.
  • RSMgrPolicy.config: It stores the security policies for code access of report manager. Click here to read about using Reporting Services security policy files.
  • Web.config for the Report Server Web service: Includes only the ASP.Net related settings.
  • Web.config for Report Manager: Includes only the ASP.Net related settings.
  • ReportingServicesService.exe.config: It stores the configuration settings related to trace levels and logging options for the Report Server service.Click here to get its details on BOL.
  • RSReportDesigner.config: It stores configuration settings for Report Designer. Click here to get its details on BOL.
  • RSPreviewPolicy.config: It stores the code access security policies for the server extensions used during report preview. Click here to read about using Reporting Services security policy files.
  • Registry setting: It stores configuration state and other settings used to uninstall Reporting Services. If you are troubleshooting an installation or configuration problem, you can view these settings to get information about how the report server is configured. However these settings should not be modified directly.
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