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AlexAugustsson
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Sharing a report to many users without them knowing who else has access to the report

Our use case is that we want to share a report to 3500 users and we can't allow the users to see who else has access to the report.

Can this be done? If so, how?

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AlexAugustsson
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If the secrecy on who has access to the report is the most important requirement. Do you have any more ideas on an approach to share the report. (Sharing through SharePoint page, APP, or something else?)

AlexAugustsson
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And each user in the AD group will not be able to see who else is in the AD group?


@AlexAugustsson wrote:

And each user in the AD group will not be able to see who else is in the AD group?


No, I don't think you can hide that. If the user knows enough about AD they I think they can query it to find out group membership.

d_gosbell
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With that amount of users the best approach is to put them in an AD group and give that group access to the report or the folder which the report is in.

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