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To give a user rights to work with SSRS they need to have permissions at the root folder (which is what it sounds like you have done), but you also have to go into the "site settings" link into the "security" tab and add the user as (at minimum) a system user. It is easy to do one, but not the other. Both are required to allow full access to the system.
I don't know how your report table is currently being designed, but I would think the report table list all the rows from the query results (with predefined number of columns, in your case, 2 columns). As long as the query is correctly developed to return all required rows e.g. all enrolled courses, the report table designing part should be fairly straight ...
you are expecting a different default document to be executed (only home.aspx seems to be configured as a default-document and that is not found) or whether you want directory listing - but you will have to figure that out based on your application. http://forums.iis.net/t/1146725.aspx
If you are only deploying a few reports, it is possible to manually upload them to the SSRS server which is not on your LAN by uploading them to the SSRS site through the web interface by simply using a web browser. This is not practical for a large number of reports, where the meaning of "large number" is a personal choice. You might also want to review ...
As Jon kindly suggested, I changed the format of the image to .png and the issue is resolved on the spot.
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