This post is part of SCCM Current Branch Installation Guide series
In this Post we are going to cover:
- Installation of SQL Server 2017
- Installation of SQL Studio Management Studio
Few things we need to keep in mind before performing the installation.
- SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is no longer part of SQL Server installation setup. We need to install SSRS separately.
- The same is true for SQL Management Studio. Starting onwards SQL Server 2016, SQL Management studio is not part of the standard installation, hence we also need to install this separately.