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, a user’s Power BI login is used by on-premises Active Directory servers to map to a UPN for credentials. However, it’s important to note that users are responsible for the data they share: if a user connects to data sources using her credentials, then shares a report (or dashboard, or dataset) based on that data, users with whom the dashboard is shared are not authenticated against the original data source, and will be granted access to the report.
Question: Can I use RLS to limit the columns or measures accessible by my users?
Answer: No. If a user has access to a particular row of data, they can see all the columns of data for that row.
Question: Does RLS allow me to hide detailed data but give access to data summarized in visuals?
Answer: No, you secure individual rows of data but users can always see either the details or summarized data
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