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Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 Reporting Services Step by Step by Stacia Misner

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Assigning User Permissions

The report server content is secure by default. You must grant access to the report server content before users can use the reports that you have deployed. You can then implement item-level security for more specific control over which reports that users can access and what activities they can perform.

Granting Access to Report Server Content

The procedure that you follow to grant access to report server content depends on your server architecture. Conceptually, the process is similar for both server types. You map users or groups to the activities they can perform at the upper-level folder for report server content. The upper-level folder is the Home page on a native-mode report server, and the Reports Library folder ...

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