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How to create permission matrix for SSRS Report
Since all report in AX 2012 are migrated in SSRS so it is very important to understand its permission matrix.
There are three way to assign permission in SSRS
To create a system-level Permission
To create an item-level Permission
·Assign the Browser role to users who will view reports and create individual subscriptions.
·Assign the Report Builder role to users who will perform all of the tasks provided in the Browser role, plus create reports in Report Builder.
·Assign the Publisher role to users who will perform all of the tasks provided in the previous roles, with additional permissions for publishing reports and models from Business Intelligence Development Studio.
·Assign the Content Manager role to a small set of users who will manage content on a report server.
1.Click Home at the top of the page to open the Report Manager home page.
2.Click the Folder Settings button.
3.Click New Role Assignment.
4.In Group or user name, specify the name of a domain group account that includes all of the users who require permissions to view reports. Specify the account in this format: domain\group. The account should be in the same domain or in a trusted domain. If you do not have a domain group that fits this description, you can specify individual domain user accounts instead.
7.Click New Role Assignment again.
8.Type the name of a domain user account for a user who has administrative responsibilities for this report server. Specify the account in this format: domain\user. The account should be in the same domain or in a trusted domain.
9.Select Content Manager.
10.Click OK to save the role assignments.
You have successfully created two item-level role assignments. One role assignment grants minimal permissions to a domain group account. The second role assignment grants administrative permissions to a specific user account.
To create Permission on the report
1.Search Report on which security needed.
2. click the Properties tab.
4.Click New Role Assignment.
5.In Group or user name, specify a domain user account that needs permission to view the report.
You have successfully created an item-level role assignment on a specific report. The user has permission to open folders and view a single report. No other items are visible to the user. To check your work, ask the user to open Report Manager and access the report.
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