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SSRS2008: no Integrated Security; MOSS integrated; WebfrontEnd separate

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Hi, we have the following setup: 2 webfrontend servers MOSS 2007 with RS addin 1 MSSQL 2008 Cluster 1 MSSQL 2008 with Reporting Services installed when trying to use integrated security in the datasource, i receive the exception saying that integrated security is not configured. doing this on a standalone (MOSS, SQL, SSRS) environment everything works. Do I need to configure the usage of integrated security? Maybe Kerberos ? Regards Sven

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