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MS Reporting Services Date Issue

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I have an issue with the Reporting Services portal at a Customer: the date parameters for the reports are using en-US and not the language configured in the report or the server or even the end user. Want it to dd/mm/yyyy not mm/dd/yyyy
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If you're referring to the date picker tool (calendar icon), the format that displays will depend on the client machine, not the report machine. Check what language their IE browser is set to.
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