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Internal server error after deleting old encryption keys after a database upgrade.

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hello,

We are in the process of upgrading our current environment from sql server 2005 to 2008R2. Everything goes fine except for SSRS.I have SSRS 2008R2 installed on a seperate machine and it works. We can see the report manager etc. except it's empty of course. I then backup the ReportingServices and ReportingServicesTempDB and transfer them to the new machine. I restore the database and it gets upgraded automatically, no problems there.

Next I go to the configuration manager and change the database SSRS needs to use to the restored DB. At that point I will restore the old encryption keys belonging to that database and as a result I now have 2 servers in my scale out deployment. Seeing as we only need Standard SSRS we get an error saying that Scale out deployment is not supported in this edition(standard) of SSRS.

So what i need to do is delete the source database encryption key. So my name server is named ServerA and my old one is ServerB. I use the rskeymgmt tool to list and delete the old encryption key(ServerB). This way I end up with only 1 server in my instance.

Now when i try to go to the report manager i get the error "An internal error occurred on the report server. See logs for more info". But when i go to my logs it just shows the same message that an error occurred but it doesn't tell me what went wrong.

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