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Disable or Remove items in the Actions Menu for MOSS 2007 Report Viewer.

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Does anyone know of a way to disable or remove items from the "Actions" menu within the MOSS 2007 Report Viewer?  I have been tasked with removing or disabling both "Open with Report Builder" and "Subscribe" items from the Actions menu.  If anyone knows how I can remove one or both of these it would be very helpful.
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Hello, did you give the users Read-Only access instead of Contribute?
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