From: Eric Isaacs on
When installing SQL Server 2005 64-bit on Windows Server 2008 SR2, it
seems only allow the 32-bit version of SQL Server Reporting Services
to be installed. There doesn't seem to be an option to install the 64-
bit version. ASP.NET is installed as 64-bit, but a warning comes up
saying that ASP.NET 32-bit needs to be installed to install SQL Server
Reporting Services 2005 32-bit. I don't want the 32-bit version of
SSRS installed. Any ideas on what I need to do to install SSRS 2005
64-bit? Do I need to upgrade to SQL Server 2005 SP3 first before I
can install SSRS 2005 64-bit?


-Eric Isaacs
From: Eric Isaacs on
Resolved. For the archives, the client had installed the 32-bit
version of SQL Server on the 64-bit Windows server. Changed to the 64-
bit version of SQL Server to address the problem.