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SCCM 2016 – Report Viewer

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SCCM 2016 – Report Viewer

Report Viewer is required in order to view reports in SCCM. But to install Report Viewer, you may also be asked to install SQLClrTpyes.

Lets install Report Viewer and SQLClrTypes. Although SQL ClrType will be installed as part of SQL Server 2016 Management Studio installation. It is up-to to install now or later.

If you decide to later, you might need to install Report Viewer after SQL Server 2016 installation then.

Install SQLClrType

To Install SQLClrType, Double Click on “SQLSysClrTypes.msi”

Click Next to Continue

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Accept the License Terms, and Click Next

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Click Install to start Installing

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Click Finish to close

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Install Report Viewer

To Install Report Viewer, Double Click on “ReportViewer.msi”

Click Next to Continue

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Accept the License Terms, and Click Next

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Click Install to start Installing

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Click Finish to close

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This completed Report Viewer installation.

 

Use following links to go to required blog

  1. SCCM Install guide
  2. SCCM-2016 Installation Pre-Requistes
    1. SCCM 2016 – Extend the Active Directory Schema
    2. SCCM 2016 – Create Service and User Accounts
    3. SCCM 2016 – Firewall configuration
    4. SCCM 2016 – Windows Server Roles and Features
    5. SCCM 2016 – Report Viewer
    6. SCCM 2016 – ADK for Windows
    7. SCCM 2016 – Install WSUS
  3. SCCM 2016 – Install System Center Configuration Manager 2016
  4. SCCM 2016 – Post Installation Tools

 

Comments: 2

  1. harmikbatth says:

    It depends on which version are you after.

    I have used –

    SQL CLR Type 2014 – https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=42295
    Report Viewer 2014 – you can also use 2015 – https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=45496

  2. Hunter Dean-Moore says:

    Hello,

    Thank you very much for the guide. Where do are the msi’s located?

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