SSRS not detecting new user login name

Experts:

I recently changed the AD login name of staff member due to marriage. When the user tries to run our SSRS reports she's not receiving the results relevant for her. I've ran a SQL profile of her calls that are being made and noted that it was passing in her old credentials for the User!UserID from SSRS. I've taken a look at my Users table in the reportserver database and noted that her username hadn't been updated. I've manually updated it to the new username, but this hasn't helped. Still when she runs her report it thinks she's <domain>/<previous username>

Anyone experienced this before or know a fix? Seems like it should be pretty standard stuff.

Thanks in advance,
telliot79Asked:
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telliot79Author Commented:
This KB fixed my problems:

http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/946358.

I ran it on my SSRS server.
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