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How to: Set Administrator Permissions for Reporting Services

Visual Studio 2005

To add a person in the Team Foundation Server Administrator role, you must set permissions in Team Foundation Server groups, Windows SharePoint Services groups, and Reporting Services groups. You must also set permissions on the Team Foundation application-tier and data-tier computer groups as necessary. In this topic, you learn how to set permissions in Reporting Services for a Reporting Services site administrator.

Required Permissions

To perform this procedure, you must be a member of the Reporting Services System Administrators group. For more information about permissions, see Team Foundation Server Permissions.

To add a member to the Reporting Services Content Manager and System Administrator roles

  1. Open Internet Explorer.

  2. Type the following in the Address bar:

    http:// application-tier /Reports/Pages/Folder.aspx

    where application-tier is the name of the Team Foundation application-tier report server. You can find the name of the report server by opening Team Explorer, expanding the Reports node, and viewing the properties of a report.

  3. Click the Properties tab and then click New Role Assignment.

  4. In Group or User Name, add the Windows logon name for the person to whom you want to grant Content Manager permissions.

  5. In Role, select Content Manager, and then click OK.

  6. Click Site Settings and then click Configure site wide security.

  7. Click New Role Assignment.

  8. In Group or User Name, add the Windows logon name for the person to whom you want to grant System Administrator permissions.

  9. In Role, select System Administrator, and then click OK.

Besides completing this procedure, you must also grant administrator permissions on Team Foundation Server and Windows SharePoint Services in order to add a person in the Team Foundation Server Administrator role. For more information about these procedures, see How to: Set Administrator Permissions for Team Foundation Server and How to: Set Administrator Permissions for Windows SharePoint Services.

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