With the role based administration controls (RBAC) in SCCM 2012 and above, a common way to grant access to reporting is using the built-in security role Read-Only Analyst. This role grants access to view Configuration Manager objects, but also to run reports. However, it does not grant permission to create subscriptions to these reports. Subscription permissions are tied to other built-in roles. For example, adding the Operating System Deployment Manager security role to a user would add the ability to create subscriptions to reports about OSD. The only built-in role that grants permission to schedule Power Management reports, though is the Operations Administrator role. Using custom permissions, we can grant the ability to create a subscription for all reports including Power Management. These custom permissions will still honor any Security Scopes and Collections that are assigned to the Administrative User. Continue reading
One, two, three, and to the four. Snoop Doggy Dogg and Bill Gates are at the door. What is the connection between Snoop and Bill Gates? How can witchcraft help with technology? Take a look at you my most interesting (or useful) findings from the technology world And One piece of maybe not so tech news. Continue reading
The 1st week of 2016 has come and gone so the time seemed right to start the recurring “Tech And One” post. In each post, you will find my most interesting (or useful) findings from the technology world and one piece of maybe not so tech news. Without further ado, here is this week’s Tech And One!