Forms Authentication in SSRS 2005

Posted on 2009-12-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I'm trying to migrate from an older server to a newer server.  However, I'm not very familiar with how Forms authentication works.  We had an outside developer program that portion of SSRS for us.  What are the files that I need to copy over from the old hardware to the new hardware?  I have SSRS installed and working with Windows Authentication as well as the ReportDatabase moved over and functioning (keys restored).  The last step of getting Forms authentication to work is all I lack. Any and all help is appreciated.
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    Can you explain further what you need here?

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    Sorry - I should have withdrawn this question.  We were able to figure it out.

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