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GTPowerBIUser Regular Visitor
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New Power BI App Experience - Security Issue

I attended MBAS earlier this week and am newly excited. Nothing like attending one of these conferences and getting re-invigorated with all of the super cool tools!! This is one that could really make waves at my company.

 

I did some testing with the new App Experience. It was super easy to create the app itself - thumbs up microsoft!

 

We have security on all of our dashboards that use active directory, Ex: All employees can see the Utilization Dashboard, however only Partners can see the Profitability Dashboard. This is managed from the dashboard dropdown.

 

I've created an app that lists all of the Reports and did some testing - looks like our Associates can see the profitability reports. How do I limit what various people can see when they go into the app?

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: New Power BI App Experience - Security Issue

Hi @GTPowerBIUser ,

Current, you can't configure which type of power bi content user can view.
I'd like to suggest you to setting RLS based on their username, they will filter table records based on current username.

RLS with UserName()

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
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GTPowerBIUser Regular Visitor
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Re: New Power BI App Experience - Security Issue

That isn't going to work for my company. I need something that uses the rules already established or active directory.

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: New Power BI App Experience - Security Issue

Hi @GTPowerBIUser ,

>> How do I limit what various people can see when they go into the app?

You can setting rls filter to use signed user account to filter on data table records but you can't do custom with shared app contents.
In other word, you can setting permissions of whole app but you can't accurate control which type of contents they can view.

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
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