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koinovi
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How change title and yellow label for web portal Power BI Report Server

How change title ("Power BI Report Server") and yellow label (in left corner) for web portal Power BI Report Server on my own label and title.

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stpnet
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Click on the Cog wheel and select Site Settings. You can chnage the name in there and also apply a Branding package notes about that are here

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/branding-the-web-portal

 

The css files in the install directory don't have anything linking to the PBI logo in the top left corner. So I suspect this is compiled in the DLL resources. You woudl probably have to use ReportViewer in a custom aspx page if you want more control.

 

regards

 

Steve

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stpnet
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Click on the Cog wheel and select Site Settings. You can chnage the name in there and also apply a Branding package notes about that are here

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/branding-the-web-portal

 

The css files in the install directory don't have anything linking to the PBI logo in the top left corner. So I suspect this is compiled in the DLL resources. You woudl probably have to use ReportViewer in a custom aspx page if you want more control.

 

regards

 

Steve

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stpnet
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I take it all back. The Branding instructions do allow you to specify a logo file and this replaces the title and also the yellow PBI logo on the main site.

 

I just spun up a branding.zip file , loaded it via the Web UI and it works a treat.

koinovi
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Thks. It's very helpfull for me.

You load only logo or JSON file too?

stpnet
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I loaded a logo and a JSON file. Didn't try just applying a logo. Create a ZIp file and try it. It spits an error if its unhappy and does nothing.

 

You can also remove the schema

 

It would be useful if they provided the default json file...

 

Whihc it looks like they do as part of this blog

 

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sqlrsteamblog/2016/03/20/how-to-create-a-custom-brand-package-for-r...

 

there is a color editor here that may well generate a colors.json for you

 

https://ssrsbrandingfileeditor.codeplex.com/

 

 

another useful blog post is

 

http://www.enhansoft.com/blog/matching-ssrs-brand-colors-with-ssrs-site-items

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