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Removing SSRS reports by users

Posted on 2011-03-18
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We're doing a SQL Reporting project using SSRS. We give users custom reports but they will also be able to create Ad Hoc reports for themselves...

We want to give them the option of removing reports BUT dont want them to remove just any report...Can we set up the permission somehow to only allow them to remove the ad hoc reports they create? or is the permission across the board?
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I think you may be able to do this with role assignment.  First, setting system level permissions, and item level permissions, followed by specific permissions on a custom role.  
See this tutorial:   http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa337491.aspx
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thanks
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