Hi BBuchanan. Yes, you can and I would say it’s also the preferred way if you e.g. intend on setting up multiple CRM Server installations and host each of them on SQL Named Instances on the same SQL Server. This scenario, even thou I would say that it’s not that common would fail as you can only have one SSRS Connector installed and connected to a one SQL instance, not multiple. Also, it’s not always the same persons managing CRM as the SQL and they aren’t usually that keen on installing software on the SQL servers e.g. like the Dynamics CRM SSRS connector. I can’t recall a single installation of the ones I managing/setup that we run Reporting Services on the same machine as the SQL Server, but ofc we host the RS databases on it. Hope this helps /Philip