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Reporting Services 2000 - "This Program cannot display the webpage"

Reporting Services 2000 - "This Program cannot display the webpage"

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Windows 2003 server and SQL reporting services. Up until yesterday all of the users either local or remote could run reports. Now it appears only a few local users can run reports. I'm using a vb.net program with an embedded AxWebBrowser to view the reports with no problems until yesterday. Sometime yesterday a new security certificate was installed on the server. Is this possibly causing the problem? If so, how do I fix it? I can use IE to navigate to http://myservername/reports/Pages/Folder.aspx and display the myReports that lists all of the reports I have uploaded. But if I try and drill down to one of the reports, I get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". If I click the Edit button I get "The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship with remote server". I'm confused by this and the fact that some users can still run reports. I'm assuming it's a security issue, just not sure what to look for. Any help would be appreciated.

Auguy
Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

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