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Hide the "Folder Settings and Details View" option on the home page.


Hide the "Folder Settings and Details View" option on the home page.

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I was able to create a way for a User to see specific folders when they go to the home page of the SSRS. But in the home page, I still see "Folder Settings" and "Details View".
Is there a way to hide it from a specific user?

TIA,
Chuck
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The answer in this link might help you. You can disable the 'folder settings' tab (for a role though) but cannot disabled the 'detailed view' tab


[url=http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/f3cd672d-fbb0-4afb-b782-9207418a8442/ssrs-2008r2-i-dont-want-to-display-report-builder-folder-settings-and-details-view-to-the-users-on?forum=sqlreportingservices][/url]
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MrG78 (8/1/2014)
The answer in this link might help you. You can disable the 'folder settings' tab (for a role though) but cannot disabled the 'detailed view' tab


[url=http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/f3cd672d-fbb0-4afb-b782-9207418a8442/ssrs-2008r2-i-dont-want-to-display-report-builder-folder-settings-and-details-view-to-the-users-on?forum=sqlreportingservices][/url]



Thank you for reply. I have seen that link. I have create a role via SSMS. My User has only the ability to "VIEW REPORTS" and "VIEW FOLDERS" enabled. The rest of the tasks are disabled. But the "FOLDER SETTINGS" option still exist. I can live with the 'Detailed view' tab enabled.

Any other ideas? Attached is my setting for my USER.
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You can modify the CSS file for your ReportServer, check out this link, the reply from thomas.briscoe has what you need:

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic965324-150-1.aspx


It's a hack, but I can verify it does work.
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eric.muller (8/4/2014)
You can modify the CSS file for your ReportServer, check out this link, the reply from thomas.briscoe has what you need:

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic965324-150-1.aspx


It's a hack, but I can verify it does work.


Thanks for the info hiding the "Details View" option that's great!
But I am still having problems on how to hide the "FOLDER SETTINGS" by USER permission. In my previous post prior to your reply, explains what I have done so far.

-Chuck
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