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SQL Server Reporting Services - Shared Schedule not Visible

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I have a report in which i want another user to manage the subscriptions.  she can create with no problem, but when it gets time to assign the "subscription processing options" it does not allow her to choose "On a shared schedule.....".  it simply is not visible.

For me it works fine.  I created the schedule, just wondering why she cannot use it.  is there certain permissions needed?

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Make sure they are in the "System User" group in Reporting Services.
"" System User: Allows a user to view the schedule information in a shared schedule and view
other basic information about the Report Server."
from http://www.springerlink.com/content/j064r11671516964/fulltext.pdf about RS2005.
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where do i go to assign these permissions?
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It was under site settings
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