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HenyerM
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RLS in Paginated Reports

IF a create paginated reports using datasets that have a RLS implemented, when sharing the report with other users will the RLS be applied?

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parry2k
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@HenyerM yes afaik, if Power BI dataset is used with RLS, use will get to see their own data only.



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HenyerM
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Yes, I could do a test yesterday with one user and it worked. He could see in the report created using report builder what he was supposed to see based on the RLS

CharbelArmaleh
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Hello,

 

Check the below post

https://community.fabric.microsoft.com/t5/Desktop/Row-Level-Security-with-Paginated-Report-on-Power-...

 

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parry2k
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@HenyerM yes afaik, if Power BI dataset is used with RLS, use will get to see their own data only.



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