Use this page to view or modify the title used in Report Manager, enable or disable My Reports, select a role definition for My Reports security, and enable or disable the client print control.
To open this page, start SQL Server Management Studio, connect to a report server instance, right-click the report server name, and then select Properties.
The server mode determines which server properties you can set. If you are managing a report server that is configured for SharePoint integrated mode, you cannot enable My Reports or set the application title for Report Manager.
Type an application name that appears in Report Manager. By default, this value is SQL Server Reporting Services. The name that you specify appears only in Report Manager.
This property is read-only. Specifies the version of SQL Server Reporting Services that you are using.
This property is read-only. Specifies the current report server instance. Report Manager is not available in every edition of Microsoft SQL Server. For a list of features that are supported by the editions of SQL Server, see Features Supported by the Editions of SQL Server 2012.
This property is read-only. It identifies the types of authentication requests accepted by the report server instance. To change the authentication mode, you must edit the RSReportServer.config file. For more information, see Authentication with the Report Server.
This property is read-only. Specifies the URL to the Report Server Web service. This value is specified in the Reporting Services Configuration tool. For more information, see Configure a URL.
Enable a My Reports folder for each user
Make My Reports available to users. This option is only available for native mode report servers.
Select the role to apply to each My Reports folder
Specify a role definition to use for My Reports security. The role definition identifies the set of tasks that are supported in each My Reports folder.
Enable download for the ActiveX client print control
Sets the EnableClientPrinting report server system property. If you enable client printing, users who have local administrator permissions have the option of downloading a signed ActiveX control for printing HTML reports. For more information, see Enable and Disable Client-Side Printing for Reporting Services.