After you install and configure a report server instance, you can further tune the installation to provide additional features or configure system settings.
Web developers who are familiar with HTML styles and Cascade Style Sheets (CSS) can use the information in this topic to determine which files can be modified to customize the appearance of Report Manager.
Explains how to tune the memory settings for the Report Server Web service and Windows service.
Provides instructions for allowing remote Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) requests through the Microsoft Windows firewall.
Explains how to set configuration settings to override default report rendering behavior.
Provides instructions for configuring the availability of My Reports on a report server instance.
Provides instructions for setting up the RSClientPrint control that provides print functionality from within the HTML Viewer.
Provides links to additional topics that describe how to add or additional data processing extensions that must be configured after Reporting Services is installed.