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I currently have SCCM 07 up and running.  I have the SQL portion on a separate SQL server. That server is being replaced with a new one.  I need to move the existing SCCM database to the new server SQL server.

I have not found any good walk through a on the web.

What steps do I need to take to make this transition happen smoothly?
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I have completed the steps above.  I am leaving this question open until I have verified all is working.  I will allocate points today.  THANK YOU for your assistance.
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I am receiving errors when trying to launch reporting. See Attached.

Not sure where to go from here...

PLEASE HELP!
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Do I need to reinstall something on the database server because it is new??
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Have you changed the server name?
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