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I am having an issue deploying a report from BIDS to a SharePoint Integrated Report Services Server. I have set up SSRS and everything is successful from the configuration wizard, I am using a Domain Account and not a Network Service account. And I have checked the rsreportserver.config and I don't have RSWindowsNegotiate enabled but I do have RSWindowsNTLM enabled. From the research I have done the RSWindowsNegotiate is usually an issue but since its not in the config file I guess it isn't in this case??

Basically I have 3 servers in my SP 2010 farm, the Web Front End, DB, and SSRS server and I just added SSRS yesterday. The connection for connecting to the farm was successful as were the settings in central admin. I created a new BI Center site in SP2010 and am trying to deploy a simple report to it but it is not working, I keep getting a login prompt and nothing works, I tried the SSRS server admin account and still keep getting prompted...any ideas why this is? What can I do to resolve this?

Thanks for any help!

EDIT: In SP Central Admin my IIS Authentication Settings are set to NTLM not Negotiate.

EDIT #2: Partly solved the issue, I had to use Trusted Account in SP2010 Central Admin rather than Windows Account...now I can deploy my report to the library no problem, but when I try to open the report I get the following error:

"An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted) Cannot impersonate user for data source 'JIRA_DataSource'. (rsErrorImpersonatingUser) This data source is configured to use Windows integrated security. Windows integrated security is either disabled for this report server or your report server is using Trusted Account mode. (rsWindowsIntegratedSecurityDisabled)"

I have configured my data source access in the BIDS to use a username/password rather than integrated or prompt security and the account I gave it is an admin level SQL account I created in SQL Server Management Studio.

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