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I'm working on a WPF application in which the requirement is to allow the user to edit SSRS report from UI in ReportBuilder.

I used below line of code in C# to open report in report builder:

The problem I'm stuck in is that, the report path URL opened in IE prompts for user credentials.
Can this be possible if I would like to impersonate a user and there should not be any prompts for user credentials? Or any other approach is welcome. :)

Please help as the timeline to complete this issue is very tight.

What I have tried:

I followed this link How to: Start Report Builder (Report Builder 3.0)[^]
and was successfully able to open report builder and the client user is able to connect and edit the report.

I used the below line of code in C# to open the the same:

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