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Default URL Parameter

I've got the parameter set in the URL, but the report isn't rendering the data. Is there something I have to set for the Report Parameter?
I've got:
Default Value = "None"
Available Values = "Non Queried"

The prompt is still showing....could this be the issue? If I copy from the URL the value I want to pass, then click View Report, it works. I want the user to NOT have to do this.
Thanks!




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