Mark Kruger, 5x SharePoint MVP, iImagineIT, Inc. consultant specializing in Microsoft 365, Office 365, SharePoint, Knowledge Management, Software Development, Architecture Solutions, Delve, PowerApps, PowerAutomate, PowerBI, Teams, Stream, Yammer, Sway, etc.
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Shared Service Provider Access Denied
Alan Coulter had a very convenient post regarding Shared Service Provider Access Denied. If someone other than yourself has setup a stand-alone MOSS environment, you will run into this. Aside from ensuring that you are a farm administrator and site collection administrator on the default portal, SSP and Central Admin you'll want to make sure that you have access to the SSP personalization in order to enable advanced usage analysis reporting.
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