2012年5月3日 上午 10:56
I have MS-BI ( SSRS, SSAS), and SharePoint 2010 servers from different feceilities, in the same domain.
Can I have access, permissions etc., SharePoint 2010 -> MS-BI -> SharePoint 2010 same.
or, will it die some where?
Note: Servers were not installed in Integrated mode.
Plz guide me, with best parctices for better access and persisitence.
2012年5月7日 上午 05:15版主
While configuring report server service configuration ,you can choose from four accounts:
- built-in account: Network Service, Local System, or Local Service
- Use another account
Local Service is a built-in account that is like an authenticated local Windows user account. Services that run as the Local Service account access network resources as a null session with no credentials. This account is not appropriate for intranet deployment scenarios where the report server must connect to a remote report server database or a network domain controller to authenticate a user prior to opening a report or processing a subscription.
For more information about the accounts ,please refer to this site:
Service Account: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189964(v=sql.105).aspxThanks
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2012年5月8日 上午 06:39
Thanks for the reply!
But, how can I implement per user identity in NTLM while connecting to SSAS?
(I read some where that we need to hv karboros.)
Is there any work around solution by using NTLM?