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How can I give a user permission to create Queries and report in sccm 2012

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I trying to assign a user the rights to create report and queries in SCCM 2012 and I cannot figure it out. I've read the roles matrix and nothing really point to it.

Any thoughts on how to do it without giving full admin privs?

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