Set Up Your Workstation to Create SQL Server Reporting Services Reports for Dynamics 365 Revisited

Step by step guide for Report Authoring in Dynamics 365 V9



  • The process to set up a workstation to create SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports for Dynamics 365 involves a lot of steps and causes some confusion.
  • The report authoring tool is Visual Studio, but a full licensed version of Visual Studio is not required.
  • The Dynamics 365 Report Authoring Extensions has been recently updated to address TLS 1.2 requirements of Dynamics 365 v9


A couple of years ago I wrote a posting on how to set up a workstation to create SSRS reports for Dynamics 365/CRM.  It turned out to be one of my more popular posts.  If you are writing reports for older versions of Dynamics 365/CRM, those instructions are still very relevant.

Click here for the original post.

Since that post, there have been a couple of updates and also an issue with connecting to Dynamics 365 v9 in regards to TLS 1.2 when using…

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Author: Nishant Rana

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