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SSRS 2008 R2 Error Message

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I am launching SSRS for the first time on a copied image. I have run the sp_dropserver and sp_addserver and confirmed using SELECT @@SERVERNAME, that the SQL server name  matches the server name. However, I get this error message. What can I do to get SSRS to function?

Failed to unload app domain DefaultDomain. The following exception occurred: Error while unloading appdomain. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131015).
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You found the same note I did. Believe it or not I found the issue by complete twist of fate. I was talking to their IT person and she was talking about a party she hosted. As soon as she said host, I thought to myself about a host file. Sure enough, given that this image was a copy when I checked the host file the IP address was for that of the other server. As soon as I changed the IP address to one assigned to this server everything worked.

Thanks for trying.
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Thanks. I tried all of these tips and none worked.
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