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About SQL Server Reporting Services

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SQL Server Reporting Services is accessed during the configuration of the reporting services folder and its content. The contents include the data source reports that are used to access cubes as well as the installation of dashboards and reports.

Reporting Services is also accessed each time that a user runs a IT Analytics Symantec Endpoint Protection Content Pack report in the Symantec Management Platform. They can also access reports directly thorugh the Reporting Services Report Manager Web site.

During configuration of the reporting services folder, the currently configured application identity of Notification Server is used to access Reporting Services.

The IT Analytics Symantec Endpoint Protection Content Pack configuration pages help with this configuration. The application identity must be granted the content manager privilege to a Reporting Server. The application identity needs this privilege to configure onjects in the designated Reporting Server.

By default, the local administrators group on the Reporting Server has content manager privileges. However, if the application identity is not part of this group, it can be granted the system administrator privilege. You can start this process by navigating to the permissions page of the properties dialog box within SQL Server Management Studio for that Reporting Server.

By default, only the users in the local administrators group have access to the reports on the SQL Reporting Service. The browser role must be granted in SQL Server Reporting Server.

The browser role can be applied at the top-level folder, where all child reports inherit the role. Alternatively, security can be applied to individual reports if you want more granular control. You can apply security within the Security tab of the Report Setup page. This functionality is similar to how Read access is administered for individual cubes. Alternatively, the Report Manager Web site within SQL Reporting Services can be used to manage user Read access to specific reports. For reports to return data, the account that you use must have at least Read access to the Analysis Server cubes that the report accesses.