This value is set when you configure a URL to use HTTP or HTTPS in the Reporting Services Configuration tool.
For more information, see Using Secure Web Service Methods and Configure SSL Connections on a Native Mode Report Server. Specifies whether to disable the forcing of the cookie used for form and custom authentication to be marked secure. Specifies the number of seconds the Report Server Windows service waits for a schedule to be updated by SQL Server Agent service when Next Run Time is requested. In the default configuration file, Max Schedule Wait is set to 5.Starting with SQL Server 2012, Reporting Services will automatically mark forms authentication cookies used with custom authentication extensions, as a secure cookie when sent to the client. A value of 0 specifies an unlimited wait time and therefore is not recommended. If the report server cannot find or read the configuration file, the server defaults Max Schedule Wait to 1.Specifies the degree to which Web service calls must us Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).This setting is used for both the Report Server Web service and the web portal.Specifies the connection string to the database server that hosts the report server database.
This value is encrypted and is added to the configuration file when you create the report server database.For more information, see Configure Report Server URLs (SSRS Configuration Manager) and URLs in Configuration Files (SSRS Configuration Manager). If it is not present in the RSReport Server.config file, the server might not be configured.If it is specified, all child elements except for Account Name are required.Specifies the number of minutes after which old sessions and expired snapshots are removed from the report server databases. Specifies the maximum number of reports that one user can process at the same time. Note that most requests process very quickly so it is unlikely that a single user will have more than 20 open connections at any given time. This is useful when you have a recurring issue and want to create a dump with information to send to Microsoft for analysis.Once the limit is reached, further report processing requests are denied. If users are opening more than 15 process-intensive reports at the same time, you might need to increase this value. Creating dumps affects performance, so change this setting only when you are diagnosing a problem.For Share Point, the database connection information is taken from the Share Point configuration database.