Watch as Garth Jones, Enhansoft’s Chief Architect and Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager (MEMCM / MECM / SCCM) MVP, shows you, step by step, how to hide SQL Server Reporting Service (SSRS) folders and reports in this webcast. This simple trick will allow you to reduce the “clutter” of extra SSRS reports or folders so that you don’t overwhelm you SSRS users. Thereby giving your SSRS user a better experience by only seeing relevant reports to them. And not the extra ones that we as developer use to make the experience better. aka branding images, subreports, etc.
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To summarized this short webinar which is just over two minutes long. Garth showed that with a simple click of a check box you can hide a SSRS. Similarly you can do the same with SSRS folders too. As part of this video, once a report or folder is hiding he answered the obvious question how can to see then again.
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Above all, I Hope you found this short webinar with tips and tricks useful. Additionally, Do you have any questions about how to hide SSRS folders and reports? Please leave a note in the comment section below or send an email to Techtalk. Don’t forget that you can subscribe to my RRS feed to stay on top of the latest trips and tricks. You can find the email address on this webpage. Or, you can contact Garth on Twitter @GarthMJ. Are their any other SSRS tips and tricks that you would like to learn about? At this point, make sure that you drop me a line! By all means, who know you tip might be next on my list to do!