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Reporting Services 2000 Login Problems

Posted on 2008-10-21
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Hi All,

I have reports on a server at which I have deleted the user account that it was associated to.  So now when running up a report it is asking for a login credentials.

How do I change this to allow anonymous authentication? Or not to ask for login details?


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It's OK I've sorted this now thanks.

For anybody else - Within the IIS / Directory Security - I changed the user to a valid one + enabling anonymous access.
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