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GeneralIncorrect Reporting Service instance name during SQL server 2005 SP3 installation Pin
Vipul Mehta15-Jul-12 22:55
Vipul Mehta15-Jul-12 22:55 
Hi,

Some time back my machine (Win XP) got renamed from M4B-11-720-GXP to M4B-06-425-GXP. While inatalling MS SQL Server 2005 SP3, the installer still shows me the old Reporting Service instance name - M4B-11-720-GXP\ReportServer. As a result installation fails on the authentication windows since there is no such instance present on my machine. Is there any way to get rid of this issue? From where does it load the old instance name? Can we change that? Also is there any way to unselect the "Reporting Services" option from the previous screen?

Your prompt response on this would be highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Vipul Mehta


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