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SQL Server Reporting Services Authentication

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We've have moved our MIS onto a dedicated server and this includes reports which use SQL Server Reporting Services, at the moment we have setup a generic username and password to access the reports.

We are looking to used our MIS SQL Server database to authenticate instead. So in short, when a user logins into our MIS using their own username and password, and then selects Reports, rather than it then requesting for the generic reports password, we would like it to authenticate using the login details they have already entered to gain access to our MIS.

Just to clarify our MIS system is written in ASP VBScript with a SQL Server 2008 database.

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