6 Responses to Microsoft CRM 2011 and SQL Server 2012 Support

  1. Pavan Kumar says:

    Great Post

  2. Alex Marshall says:

    After changing the SSRS service account ensure that you exit and restart the SSRS Data Connector setup to get past the error. Clicking ‘back’ then ‘next’ in the installer will continue to show the error.

  3. ivegotissues says:

    “The SQL Server Reporting Services account is set as “Local Service” and is not supported.”

  4. Justin says:

    So you can’t use SSDT to generate reports for CRM 2011? Basically, to generate custom reports our only option is BIDS? (if we use FetchXML reporting anyways)

  5. Rodney says:

    question? i never recieved any CD keys for my installation, and was told that they are “in my installation cd” and that i have to install from my CD. so how could I download the updated install pack to use SQL 2012??

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