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upgrading/Migrating to RS 2008 from RS2000

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Hi there:
  I am preparing for the RS2008 upgrading from RS2000 (skip 2005) and have a few questions here....
Currently, our RS2000 server is in a slow box while RS2008 server is in a kick-ass machine...
How can I migrate all reports from RS2000 to RS2008?
question 2 is how to deal with all the linked reports, subscriptions and roles?
the tricky part is that RS2000 and RS2008 are in different servers...

 Any suggestions around?

 thanks

 Hui
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Here is an MSDN How to: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143724.aspx

I've never done this myself just gave it a quick read through and it seems fairly comprehensive.

Just make sure you have a good backup of each server before you start!
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thanks, basically it's like recreating everything  from the RS2000 to RS2008, so , it's not a
typical upgrading project, is it?
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