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SCCM Reports Not running for certain users

I have users that can't run reports but they have all the right permissions to do so.  They run a report and there are no options displayed to enter collection data etc.  Or sometimes gets a http 5000 error.  Other users though with the same permissions are able to run those same reports.
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merowingerCommented:
Are there differnences in browsers or policies?
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m1721cAuthor Commented:
Some are using IE8, and some are using IE7.  No difference in browser policies.  I have a user that I moved into the group I am in which is a admin of SCCM, and if I run the console on his machine using a run as and put in my credentials it works, but he can't using his credentials.  But we are in the same group with the same permissions.........
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merowingerCommented:
could you compare the permissons in the sccm console under security rights
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m1721cAuthor Commented:
Compare to what? myself and the other user are in the same group.  I have a AD group created and we are both in it.  And I have the permissions set to be a full admin within SCCM
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merowingerCommented:
yes you user with the other user.
Compare the permissons directly in SCCM. Maybe there are also permissons for another group where you member of
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m1721cAuthor Commented:
I am only a member of one group in SCCM and so is the other user.  I checked we are only a member of one group
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merowingerCommented:
ok. Could you try to reinstall the reporting point
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m1721cAuthor Commented:
anything else I could look at before I do that?  logs to look at???  etc
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m1721cAuthor Commented:
I think I figured it out.  For some reason the users/groups where not added to the local SMS reporting user group on the Reporting point.  I am using AD groups and I'm assuming because the user/group wasn't created in SCCM that the local server permissions were not applied.
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merowingerCommented:
did the membership in the reporting group solve the problem?
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