Kerberos Delegation Question

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  1. We are trying to get windows authentication to work with Reporting Services
    and Analysis Services in a way that may be unsupported.

    Setup:

    There are two domains: A and B.

    There are two servers in the A domain: A\R and A\S

    Server R is running Reporting Services to serve OLAP reports from data on
    server S running Analysis Services.

    R is trusted for delegation. Users are able to run reports from any machines
    in domain A.

    Domain B is trusted by Domain A.

    Users have accounts on both domain A and domain B; however, for inexplicable
    (beurocratic?) reasons they can access the servers in domain A only with
    their domain A accounts, but can log in locally only with their domain B
    accounts.

    Problem:

    When B\User browses to the report server, she is prompted for a user name
    and password. She enters her A\UserName and password and is authenticated on
    the Report Server. The report; however, (apparently) does not impersonate the
    A\UserName account but instead tries to use the NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS
    account and fails to authenticate in Analysis Services. I'm just guessing at
    the cause, but for whatever reason authentication fails.

    Question:

    Is it possible to get Reporting Services/IIS to impersonate users based on
    the Windows credentials they entered into Internet Explorer?
     
    =?Utf-8?B?UHJlc3RvbiBQYXJr?=, Jun 18, 2005
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