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sdeshmukh
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The permissions granted to user 'domain\username' are insufficient for performing this operation. --

The permissions granted to user 'domain\username' are insufficient for performing this operation. ---> Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.AccessDeniedException: The permissions granted to user 'domain\username' are insufficient for performing this operation.
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The permissions granted to user 'domain\username' are insufficient for performing this operation.

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johnbasha33
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@sdeshmukh 

It appears that the error message indicates a permissions issue specifically related to Microsoft Reporting Services. Here's how you can approach troubleshooting this:

  1. Check Reporting Services Permissions: Ensure that the user 'domain\username' has the necessary permissions within Microsoft Reporting Services to access the dashboard. This includes permissions such as viewing reports, accessing folders, and any other relevant permissions.

  2. Review Role Assignments: Check the role assignments within Microsoft Reporting Services for the user in question. Make sure they are assigned to roles that grant sufficient permissions for accessing and interacting with the dashboard.

  3. Verify Active Directory Permissions: Confirm that the user has the appropriate permissions in Active Directory as well. Sometimes permissions issues can originate from Active Directory configurations.

  4. Permissions Hierarchy: Ensure that permissions are correctly inherited if there's a hierarchy involved. Sometimes, permissions set at higher levels (e.g., folder or parent dashboard level) might override individual user permissions.

  5. Log Analysis: Review the logs in Microsoft Reporting Services to see if there are any specific errors or messages that provide additional context to the permissions issue. This might give clues as to which specific operation is being denied and why.

  6. Security Policies: Check if there are any security policies in place within the organization that could be affecting user permissions. Sometimes, group policies or security settings can inadvertently restrict access.

  7. User Account Verification: Double-check that the user's account is active and hasn't been inadvertently disabled or locked out. Also, verify that the username provided in the error message matches the actual username and domain.

  8. Temporary Permissions: If this is a new user or if permissions were recently updated, it's possible that changes haven't propagated properly yet. Sometimes, waiting for a bit can resolve the issue as permissions synchronize.

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johnbasha33
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Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution! Appreciate your Kudos !!

johnbasha33
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Solution Sage

@sdeshmukh 

It appears that the error message indicates a permissions issue specifically related to Microsoft Reporting Services. Here's how you can approach troubleshooting this:

  1. Check Reporting Services Permissions: Ensure that the user 'domain\username' has the necessary permissions within Microsoft Reporting Services to access the dashboard. This includes permissions such as viewing reports, accessing folders, and any other relevant permissions.

  2. Review Role Assignments: Check the role assignments within Microsoft Reporting Services for the user in question. Make sure they are assigned to roles that grant sufficient permissions for accessing and interacting with the dashboard.

  3. Verify Active Directory Permissions: Confirm that the user has the appropriate permissions in Active Directory as well. Sometimes permissions issues can originate from Active Directory configurations.

  4. Permissions Hierarchy: Ensure that permissions are correctly inherited if there's a hierarchy involved. Sometimes, permissions set at higher levels (e.g., folder or parent dashboard level) might override individual user permissions.

  5. Log Analysis: Review the logs in Microsoft Reporting Services to see if there are any specific errors or messages that provide additional context to the permissions issue. This might give clues as to which specific operation is being denied and why.

  6. Security Policies: Check if there are any security policies in place within the organization that could be affecting user permissions. Sometimes, group policies or security settings can inadvertently restrict access.

  7. User Account Verification: Double-check that the user's account is active and hasn't been inadvertently disabled or locked out. Also, verify that the username provided in the error message matches the actual username and domain.

  8. Temporary Permissions: If this is a new user or if permissions were recently updated, it's possible that changes haven't propagated properly yet. Sometimes, waiting for a bit can resolve the issue as permissions synchronize.

    Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution! Appreciate your Kudos !!

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