There aren't any known issues so far, but using separate reporting services instances for these applications (TFS & CRM) will avoid potential issues. Both these applications configure reporting services during installation.

To know more on “how TFS identifies the reporting services instance” is detailed in James Manning's blog

http://blogs.msdn.com/jmanning/archive/2008/05/15/how-does-tfs-2008-pick-which-reporting-services-instance-to-use.aspx

Having said that, be mindful, if the default or only available reporting services on app tier is already configured for CRM. As a recommendation do not install TFS on this box as TFS will try to reconfigure this Reporting services during install and can cause issues to CRM. In such a situation please connect the Microsoft Product support services.

Content by: Vimalt

Reviewed by: Lucky