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Posted Thursday, February 22, 2007 3:35 PM
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This is a great article! However, I could not make it work for when I have subscriptions for the reports. I am unable to edit the subscriptions after the restore on a different machine. Any ideas?

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I'm wondering how to backup the SSRS encryption keys from a remote server. As far as I know, rskeymgmt only works on the RS server itself.

RSConfigTool.exe can connect remotely, but its a GUI based tool and doesnt work on command line.

My company has quite a number of RS servers and its not easy to go into each RS server to backup the encryption keys. Is there anyway to automate the backup from a central location, etc?

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