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Default SSRS Forms Authentication ASP to ASP.NET

Dear Stephan,

I have an ASP application that handles user logins via asp and sql server. I have setup Forms Authentication for SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services correctly.

I want to be able to:

1. If the user is logged in via the asp, have the user automatically authenticate for SSRS and not be prompted with a login.

Force an authentication cookie?

The asp app is on a different server than the SSRS.

Thanks for any help,




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