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I am building a SharePoint 2010 farm. One machine is designated for SSRS and we will be running it in Integrated Mode.

Per this document: this machine must have "an instance of a SharePoint product or technology."

What is the easiest way to meet this requirement?

EDIT: Looks like it's spelled out here:

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I'd say a standard SharePoint Foundation installation. One WFE, and your SQL server that'll be running SSRS.

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You can't mix SharePoint foundation and Standard (I have two WFEs running standard) and a SQL cluster for everything other than SSRS. – Chloraphil Dec 8 '11 at 21:02
You didn't say you had a Standard farm already ;) – James Love Dec 8 '11 at 21:11
But yes, I think (from memory) it's a service application that exposes on a WFE - that doc you added on your edit should set you straight. – James Love Dec 8 '11 at 21:13
You're right, I didn't say that, sorry. Thanks for your help. – Chloraphil Dec 9 '11 at 14:02

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