Today I will be discussed about if you have multiple forest and Enable Role base access to other forest user for SCCM Report Access. It will work but in Hours it will get access revoked. I will be discussed to resolve it.
Below is details steps bring in to the solutions: Role Based Administration in SCCM Current Branch, SCCM will switch a flag in the registry. The key is HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS\SRSRP, The value name is “EnableRbacReporting”. SCCM sets this value to 1,
No user from trusted domains can run the reports. Regardless what rights the user have in SCCM. When this happens, we have to set the value back to 0 and restart reportserver for it to work again. But minutes or hours later, SCCM sets the value back to 1 and we are lost again. But if you have an account in the same domain (Where SCCM is installed), you can run the reports all the time, regardless of this registry setting. Follow below steps to bring in to solutions On the server where SSRS is installed Step 1: Open ‘wbemtest’ with admin rights: Step 2: Connect to: root\sms\site_<SiteCode>
Step 3. In query section type following query and hit apply: Select * from sms_sci_sysresuse where itemname like '%reporting%' Step 4: Check the populated entry to make sure it’s the reporting point where we wish to make the change: à Double click on it:
Step 5: Select ‘props’ from Property window:
Step 6: Click ‘view embedded’:
Step 7: A number of properties are populated:
Step 8: We are to find property with name ‘EnableRbacReporting’. We will have to select each one and then click on ‘show mof’ till the time we find what we are looking for. In our test we did find it to be second from last ,however this is completely random.