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Default SQL Reporting Services 2000 Installation Help

Hey all,

 I am new to SQL Reporting Services. I have SQL Standard 2005 which has Reporting Services and everything and it is such a synch to install the new version.
  Issue is my job still uses SQL 2000. They have a copy of SQL Reporting 2000 but when I try to install, it asks for Visual Studio 2003 and after I left and left my boss to it he says it told him he needed Analysis Services too. When I finally arrived it was just telling me it needed SP3a for SQL. Welp, SQL2000 is at SP4 but I told my boss before I headed home for the day that it was probably because he install SQL Express too when he thought installing Visual Studio 2005 would fix the issue heheheh.
  Could someone tell me from a fresh install of Server 2003 enterprise what is needed to get SQL Reporting services 2000 going? Also where to d/l them if they are included on the installation CD or if more needs to be purchased? I am a C# guru but no DBA but know enough SQL to get by hehe.
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