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Hello How do I use my existing users with SQL reporting Services??
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Try the below mentioned steps

Step 1: Add ASPNET in the Domain.

Start --> Programs --> Administrative Tools --> Computer Management --> Local Users & Groups --> Groups --> SQLServer2005ReportingServicesWebServiceUser$<ServerName>$MSSQLSERVER --> Add --> ASPNET --> Check Names --> OK

Step 2: Email settings in Reporting Services Configuration:

Start --> Program --> Microsoft SQL Server 2005 --> Configuration Tools -->  Reporting Services Configuration --> Email Settings

Sender Address: ARF@<ServerName>.<Domain>.COM
Current Delivery Method: Use SMTP Server
SMTP Server: SMTP.CTR.<Domain>.COM
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