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Infoview Access denied

I have set up CR Server XI R2. Members of the Admin group are able to access infoview.

I created a group Called all staff. This group has all user in it. I want to grant all users of this group login access to info view.

I granted Login access in application settings. Yet, this group cannot login into info vew unless i make a member of admin group. Please help 😊 This group is only memmber of the everyone group. I have also granted everyone group access to infovview. yet still only admins have ablitly to login inot info view. Why is is to difficault to give acces to infoview. please provide step by step to grant access to infoviw for anew group.

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2008 at 07:44 PM

    This forum is dedicated to topics related to legacy SDKs, including the Report Designer Component (RDC), OCX, VCL, and Crystal Reports Print Engine (CRPE).

    Your query appears to concern the configuration of the Report Application Server and as such should be posted to the Business Objects Enterprise Administration forum:

    BI Platform


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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2008 at 06:51 PM

    - Logon to CMC

    - Browse to BusinessObjects Enterprise Applications

    - Select InfoView

    - Select the "Rights" tab

    - Here you will see the groups listed you have assigned rights to InfoView. The default is Administrators and Everyone, and you should have at least your "newgroup". Do not select any group names - if you do, you are no longer on the InfoView rights page - rather, for the newgroup line, under Net Access, select the "Advanced" hyperlink.

    - Explicitly grant the right to "Log on to InfoView and view this object in the CMC".

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