BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 7

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This post is part of a series of posts describing the authentication methods supported by the SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence service applications.  Please see Part 1 for an overview of this series of posts. This post summarises the previous six posts. Summary The following table…

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BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 6

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This post is part of a series of posts describing the authentication methods supported by the SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence service applications.  Please see Part 1 for an overview of this series of posts. This post describes how to test that user identity is being…

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BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 5

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This post is part of a series of posts describing the authentication methods supported by the SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence service applications.  Please see Part 1 for an overview of this series of posts. This post describes how to test that user identity is being…

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BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 4

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This post is part of a series of posts describing the authentication methods supported by the SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence service applications.  Please see Part 1 for an overview of this series of posts. This post describes my claims-mode web application – “claims”.  The functionality…

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BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 3

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This post is part of a series of posts describing the authentication methods supported by the SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence service applications.  Please see Part 1 for an overview of this series of posts. This post describes how to test that user identity is being…

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BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 2

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This post is part of a series of posts describing the authentication methods supported by the SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence service applications.  Please see Part 1 for an overview of this series of posts. This post describes my classic-mode web application – “portal” – and…

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BI Service Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Authentication (Classic vs. Claims) and Identity Delegation (Kerberos) – Part 1

Author: Chris BailissTechnical Reviewers (Kerberos/Claims): James Noyce, Paul Williams Introduction This series of posts provides an overview of the authentication methods and associated functionality supported by the Business Intelligence Service Applications in SharePoint 2010, covering: Excel Services PerformancePoint Services (PPS) Reporting Services (2008 R2, Integrated Mode) PowerPivot Visio Services I have assumed that you have…

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Creating custom reports against the System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 data warehouse

It is possible to create custom reports, using SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services, against the System Center 2007 R2 data warehouse.  Reports can be designed in SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services to provide the end user with a better representation of the data since the built-in System Center reports are not ideal.  Fortunately the OperationsManagerDW…

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