8 thoughts on “Migrating reports between SSRS report servers simplified with new PowerShell commands

  1. Hi Paul, thanks for the article! I have to migrate reports from native SSRS 2016 to PBI RS, obviously mantaining the reports done in PBI. Do you think this procedure will work for this purpose?


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  3. Will this allow you to move reports from a 2008 SSRS database to a 2016 SSRS installation?

  4. Hi there,

    Thanks for posting this article, it’s very easy to follow up and It helps me adding an extra level of automation to our ssrs deployments, which is great.

    I’m encountering an issue handling Mobile Reports, more specifically, they don’t seem to be copied to the destination folder, and if I manually download the mobile Report into the folder used for the example, and then run the “write-RsFolderContent” command, the Mobile Report does not get uploaded into the new destination folder. Any idea if this is scoped already?


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