MS reporting services user management

Posted on 2005-03-28
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Last Modified: 2013-12-03

hello. I've just inherited reporting services from someone who already has everything up and running. There are some groups set up that each folder has assigned to them for which ones a group can see, but I can not find where the persons are listed within that group or how to manage it. Why can't I find this? thanks in advance!!
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simon_kirk earned 500 total points
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To check folder level security:
- Open up Report Manager
- Goto the folder that you want to check permissions for
- Click the Properties tab
- Click the Security link on the left

Reporting Services uses domain users and groups, so any groups that have been setup can be managed via Active Directory/User Management on your network.

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yeah I finally figured it out, I need to update the user managment


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