Sep 09, 2008 10:33 AM|Thavash|LINK
The application you wrote will be probably need to connect to RS while impersonating a specific user. For example , if it's a ASP.NET web application , it might have to impersonate DOMAIN\User1 , and DOMAIN\User1 will need to have access to the Reporting
Services instance. Where you set up which user your application impersonates depends on the type of application it is, but if it's a ASP.NET web application , you would normally do it in the web.config file.