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pmaher Frequent Visitor
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active directory

Hi

 

Just wondering if there is any way to individualise or customise a view within PowerBI to a person's credentials when logging in?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Phil

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ashishrj Senior Member
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Re: active directory

@pmaher Currently you cannot achieve this in Power BI but you can use SSAS Tabular model to restrict data access in Power BI.

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ashishrj Senior Member
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Re: active directory

@pmaher Currently you cannot achieve this in Power BI but you can use SSAS Tabular model to restrict data access in Power BI.

pmaher Frequent Visitor
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Re: active directory

Thanks for that, apologies if this is inappropriate, but are there any working examples of this in use with Power BI?

osinquinvdm Regular Visitor
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Re: active directory

I found this post to be very clear about it  as for an actual AD integration I think it is not available yet but I hope it is not far away especially since there is now an AAD pack which I think demonstrates the connectivity to AAD.

I think it is also possible to connect to on premise AD (it's in the list of available data sources and I see tons of table after connecting to it) but then I don't know AD enough to know which table to use.