Reporting Services

The Data Platform has expanded – your usage & knowledge of it needs to as well

February 27th, 2018

In recent years we as data professionals have moved from dealing with SQL Server databases with SQL Server Reporting Services..

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Kerberos Authentication to your SQL Server Instance

September 1st, 2014

Kerberos Authentication protocol setup for your SQL ServerReporting Services environment can cause you some issues. In this article we are having a look at the steps that need to be followed to prevent your Double-hop issues happening.

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SSRS 2008 R2 Menu Drop Downs

August 8th, 2014

Recently I was working with an instance of SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 and noticed that when logged in using an account that is a member of the Browser Role, that there are some drop down menu items available on Report folders, Reports that were showing the following options being available for me to do:

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Using RSScripter to Migrate your RDLs

January 1st, 2012

RSScripter is a great tool to help you migrate your SSRS reports from 1 environment to another. I have put together a powershell script to help speed up the process of changing values in your generated scripts.

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SSRS Folder Permissions

December 16th, 2010

Do you have SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 and you need to keep track of who has access to the different Report Folder Structures and the permissions they have for those folders? Read on and I will show you how you can keep on top of this.

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Hi, I'm Warwick Rudd, I am a Microsoft Data Platform MVP as well as a Microsoft Certified Master working as the Principal Consultant here at SQL Masters Consulting.
In my blog I will look at all things SQL Server as well as some things outside of the SQL Server relm but hopefully you will find them helpful and interesting.