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Mamabox
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PowerBi Report wont work after publishing in app.powerbi.com

Hello,

my company is currently facing a strange interaction.

I got some PowerBi Reports from Finance and they wont them published in Teams.
We already used MySQL Reports and had no issues whats so ever.

My Implementations looks as following:
On Prem Connector on AAD and DC Server.
AAD User is logged in and an lokal Service User is in use.

The Report got published in a spezific workgroup.
Gateway is assigned and online(Is working with other Reports already)
Datasource is a Analysis Service on a SQL Server.

Mamabox_1-1663771162486.png

The provided local User is sql server admin and a connect via sql server management is possible for example.
The Datasource is online aswell.

But as soon as i open the report i got the following error message:

Mamabox_2-1663771259956.png

 

Where could my mistake be. Got an local connection. Gateway is working with other reports but this one wont work.

Best regard,
Michael Seidel

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v-luwang-msft
Community Support
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Hi @Mamabox ,

When you have "Live connection" set up people viewing the dashsboard must have access to the data source.  Please check if the service account(s) you're using for SSAS/EGW has "Read" permission on the AD user in acrtive directory. I had an issue this week where one user had "Read" for "Authenticated Users" checked, and the other had not (and that user's connection failed).

 

refer:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Power-Query/Power-BI-This-report-could-not-access-its-data-source-p... 

 

 

Best Regards

Lucien

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v-luwang-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Mamabox ,

When you have "Live connection" set up people viewing the dashsboard must have access to the data source.  Please check if the service account(s) you're using for SSAS/EGW has "Read" permission on the AD user in acrtive directory. I had an issue this week where one user had "Read" for "Authenticated Users" checked, and the other had not (and that user's connection failed).

 

refer:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Power-Query/Power-BI-This-report-could-not-access-its-data-source-p... 

 

 

Best Regards

Lucien

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