Now that we know what R is, the next steps is to get it configured for a SQL Server environment, at the writing of this post I was using SQL Server 2016 CPT 3.0 and I had combed through the Microsoft site for the post configuration process but the configuration kept failing due to some gaps in the process. I was finally able to get it working by following the MSSQLTips configuration process.
Make sure you open the Connector RGUi and execute an R command easy one being 1+1 to allow the RevoScaler to directory to be created in your installation directory.
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