Cannot find the <AuthenticationTypes> section in the RsReportServer.config file

Hello Experts,
Iam trying to setup Integrated authentication on my SSRS 2005 standard edition.

1) I have setup SPN for database server and verified that the Auth Scheme is KERBEROS
2) Enabled all the services and computers for delegation to Kerberos.
3) Followed the link below to setup http SPN for reporting server.

But, as mentioned in the link above, I dont find the <AuthenticationTypes> section in the RsReportServer.config file. This is what is listed in the file:

<Extension Name="Windows" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Authentication.WindowsAuthentication, Microsoft.ReportingServices.Authorization"/>

Can you please let me know what additional steps to follow to setup windows authentocation for SSRS.

Currently, if i set up datasource to use integrated authentication, I get the error:
Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON'.
My DB Server and Report Server are different machines.
This seems to be the double hop issue with SSRS.

please help me in fixing this.

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You are looking at the Help for SQL 2008. In SQL 2008 SSRS, the mentioned tag exists in the file mentioned.

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