Move SSRS SUBCRIPTIONS to another user

Posted on 2011-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
We are migrating domains, but first decided to migrate the clients, then we will migrate the servers to a new domain.

the problem I am having is that all the report subcriptions under my old domain (e.g. olddomain\epicazo) they do not apear when I logon as NEWDOMAIN\EPICAZO. Is a simple way to fix this?   Once we migrate to new domain, what will happen with these old subcriptions?
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    Hey Epicazo,

    We used a Ad migration tool that maintaned the SID history for groups and users. So once the the migration occured we where able to see the same subscription during the migration. When you migrate the groups across it worked without a issue.


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    The issue is still not resolved.  I'd like to ask the question in another forum.

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