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SCCM Reporting

I have upgraded SQL 2012 to SQL 2014 for SCCM. after up-gradation  i am not able to edit the report, I am getting following error while edit / create report.

"Error while loading code module: ‘SrsResources, culture=neutral’. Details: Could not load file or assembly 'SrsResources, Culture=neutral' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
Hi,

Have you tried uninstalling Reporting services and then reinstalling it? SSRS can be very picky at the best of times.

Mike
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asnageshAuthor Commented:
no. I have not
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
In that case uninstall SSRS and reinstall it. Having tried troubleshooting it in the past, I found it's normally quicker and less troubling just to start with a clean install. It is very quick and non-destructive as it's just a role.
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asnageshAuthor Commented:
I removed Reporting point and installed -- it did not work. again re-installed and last night and installed today morning - it looks working -- I have 2 reporting services folder under
1. MSSQL11
2.MSSQL12  - in the program files folder.
Is this common after upgradation from 2012 SQL to 2014 SQL, Do I need to delete MSSQL11 folder?
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asnageshAuthor Commented:
I mean - I uninstalled Reporting point last night and installed today morning, The reporting services was not there almost 10 hours.. Looks working
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