SQL 2005 Reporting Services - Domain Name Changed

I had to move SQL Server to a new domain. Now all my users cannot see the folder in SQL Reporting Services. I have tried to do a CONFIGURE SITE-WIDE SECURITY and it gives me error showing my old domain

The user or group name 'old_domain\group-acct' is not recognized. (rsUnknownUserName)

As the administrator or administrator group I can see folders and all files. My users do not. Do I need to add something in SQL Management?
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lcohanDatabase AnalystCommented:
Ouch.....would is be possible for the old/new domains to "trust" each other so existing users can access resources via "old" domain? If not it may be - not necessarily "will be" but may be really painful. Here's what I had to follow in similar situation where luckily for me there were vary few (less than 100 report) on the SSRS in a single folder - I had to "... to add the new role assignments manually for the new domain user accounts. "

. good luck!!

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/d6f0e519-e650-4821-867b-62dc7bd8f3d9/modifications-requred-when-migrating-existing-ssrs-users-to-a-new-domain?forum=sqlreportingservices
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