Grant Non-CM12 Administrators the Right to Create/Modify CM12 SSRS Reports

Have you ever needed to grant non-System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (CM12) administrators (and non-SQL administrators) the right to create/modify CM12 SSRS reports, but weren’t too sure how to go about it? If you answered, “yes,” then this blog post is for you! Following best practices, these steps only grant the minimum permissions necessary to perform this task. In this...

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Disappearing Permissions for SSRS Reports in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

Every so often there is a post within the Configuration Manager 2012 (CM12) forums or on the myITforum mailing list about disappearing permissions for SSRS reports. In this webcast we will show you how it happens and how to solve it:  Disappearing Permissions for SSRS Reports in CM12 Here are a few items to keep in mind: · This issue...

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Set-up Permissions for Users with Low Rights to View Configuration Manager 2007 Reports

By Joseph Yedid Often managers or other non-SCCM administrators need access to ConfigMgr reports and nothing more. In this case, if you are running ConfigMgr 2007, perform the following steps to set-up this type of permission: Open the SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) homepage. On the Home folder, click Folder Settings. Click New Role Assignment. Enter the group or user...

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