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Changes to Report Server Configuration File

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I am making a change to the Report Server Config file so that users can then subscribe to reports and enter in their email address instead of the current default of the AD account.

By changing the config file is there any risk to existing subscriptions.  We have a number of subscriptions currently set up that we obviously don't want to impact.

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Subscriptions means - Is this a replicated one? If yes, which type of replication you are using?
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We have made the change to the config file and no impact to existing subscriptions.

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