How paradoxal! It has been almost a whole month without blogging. And the most astonishing is that this past 30 days have been so rich in events that I could have written a whole bunch of posts. On the other hand this might as well be the reason why I didn’t blog before now. To […]

On this April Fools’ day of 2014 I received this news from Microsoft: Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2014 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SQL Server technical […]

The Spring In these days were spring is giving a shy but yet warming embrace to the Danish meadows and fields, where the birds sing earlier in the morning and where I eagerly take picture of newly bloomed winter flowers with chilly names such as snowdrops and crocus. This is where I need some direct […]

No, despite the name, this is not a new burger recipe ! I am a lazy blogger. I am a very lazy blogger. Probably the laziest blogger north of the Alps. I won’t even tell you when my other blog (http://thelovefarm.wordpress.com) was last updated. I am not ashamed of my laziness it but I thought […]

When installing a new instance on an existing SQL 2014 CTP2 you might get this error: Access to the path ‘C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\120\License Terms\SQLServer2014CTP_License_EVAL_1033.rtf’ is denied. like the one below If you hit Retry it will popup again and if you hit Cancel your whole installation is cancelled. After clicking Cancel: The workaround is […]

If you’ve followed the instructions from post 1 then you have setup Kerberos delegation for Excel Services in SharePoint 2013.  Here is how to check if it’s working as it should: Checking the configuration The easiest way to see if the setup is successful is to try to create an Excel document which accesses a […]

This post is the first one in a series about using SharePoint BI features together with Kerberos, hereby enabling you to delegate the user credentials all the way to the data source, enabling role based security. When I think about it seems like people love to fear Kerberos. Often, the developers and the infrastructure people […]

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