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SSRS 2008 showing SSRS 2005 web interface. WTF?


SSRS 2008 showing SSRS 2005 web interface. WTF?

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I've just installed SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 SP3 onto a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine.

When I browse to http://machine/reports, it shows the web site in Reporting Services 2005 style, not the newer Reporting Services 2008 style.

Additionally, clicking on the Report Builder button causes Report Builder 1.0 to be downloaded rather than Report Builder 2.0 (which is there - I've used a custom URL to get around this particular issue, though I shouldn't have had to).

This happens both on the local server and from a desktop.

Anybody got any ideas why this is happening?



Scott Duncan

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