Epicor Vista 8.03 - Cannot Open Reports After Moving to Server 2012 R2. Using Crystal Reports XI R2 SP5

We are moving Epicor Vista 8.03 from server 2003 to server 2012 R2.  We were able to install the database and client and almost everything works, except for opening reports.  The reports are created and are seen in the Reports folder on the server but we get the error below when the report tries to open in Vista 8.03.   See attached.  This error comes up on a workstation that has the client installed.
emeschkeAsked:
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emeschkeAuthor Commented:
vastoCommented:
Did you copy the file "Job Production Detail ... " to the same folder?
mlmccCommented:
Did you copy the reports from the old server to the new one?

Did you setup the report folders the same way as on the old server?

Does the report use an XML file for data?

mlmcc
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emeschkeAuthor Commented:
Vasto, If i open that folder on the new server, the report that is listed in the error is there.  

Mlmcc, Yes, we copied the reports from the old server to the new one to the directory listed in that screenshot.  "C:\MfgSysData\Reports\"  
No, the old server had the report folder on a secondary drive, something like "E:\epicor\mfgsysdata".  
Yes, the reports have an .XML file extension.
vastoCommented:
There is an explicit path C:\MfgSysData\Reports\David, which either does not exists or the system has no permissions to access. I don't think this is Crystal related. MfgSysData is Epicor folder and David is a user name. If this is another user you may need to set permissions for this folder so you can have at least read access. You can check this post to find how to set user permissions
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Operating_Systems_Security/Q_23732684.html
emeschkeAuthor Commented:
Thank you all for your responses.  The issue was not Crystal or permission related, but rather a directory change that needed to be made in the System Agent Maintenance Details.    Thank you so much for your assistance!

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emeschkeAuthor Commented:
Thank you all for your responses.  The issue was not Crystal or permission related, but rather a directory change that needed to be made in the System Agent Maintenance Details.    Thank you so much for your assistance!
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