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yes, you should install SSRS (Sharepoint mode) on either WFE or Application server


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The thing to consider is the context of where the expression is that calls the code behind function or performs any calculation. If you write an expression in a details table, the expression will be evaluated for each independent row of that dataset as each row is placed in the table. Similarily, if you write the expression in a plain textbox on the ...


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Unfortunately, there's not a way to do this OOTB in SharePoint. However, Adnan Amin created a PowerShell script that will list all users with their permissions for all sites, lists, items and export it as a CSV so you can view it with Excel, etc. Download the script at: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/SharePoint-Access-Report-ac5e8235


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yes, it is absolutely possible to configure the reporting services from a different dedicated SQL server running SSRS. the below are main points which explains what is needed: Use SharePoint Central Administration to configure report server integration. Configuration settings include specifying a single report server URL, setting an authentication type on ...



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