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mtzzwr
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Check logged user

How do I check if the user who logged in to power BI is present in the table that he creates and whether or not he has access to Power BI data?

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Greg_Deckler
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@mtzzwr - Sorry, not quite understanding this. You can use USERPRINCIPALNAME function to get the identity of the user. USERPRINCIPALNAME function (DAX) - DAX | Microsoft Docs

 

Not quite understanding things beyond that in terms of what you are trying to do.


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@mtzzwr 
You would need to use USERPRINCIPALNAME to perform a dynamic RLS. Please refer to the below link:
USERPRINCIPALNAME – show user name and use it in RLS (DAX – Power Pivot, Power BI) – ExcelTown – kur...


Remember Report Server is not same as Power bi Service: Row-level security (RLS) in Power BI Report Server - Power BI | Microsoft Docs


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V-pazhen-msft
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@mtzzwr 
You would need to use USERPRINCIPALNAME to perform a dynamic RLS. Please refer to the below link:
USERPRINCIPALNAME – show user name and use it in RLS (DAX – Power Pivot, Power BI) – ExcelTown – kur...


Remember Report Server is not same as Power bi Service: Row-level security (RLS) in Power BI Report Server - Power BI | Microsoft Docs


Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team
If this post helps, please Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Greg_Deckler
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@mtzzwr - Sorry, not quite understanding this. You can use USERPRINCIPALNAME function to get the identity of the user. USERPRINCIPALNAME function (DAX) - DAX | Microsoft Docs

 

Not quite understanding things beyond that in terms of what you are trying to do.


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can I define a condition to only perform a certain function if my table has the user who is logged in?

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