Category Kerberos

Configuring Power BI Report Server Preview for Kerberos Constrained Delegation

While preparing my Kerberos for BI session for SQL Grillen, I decided to introduce the May edition of Power BI Report Server as a new element in the demos. While configuring Kerberos Constrained Delegation for Power BI Report Server is not very different from other setups, there are a few things that you need to be […]

Allowing non-domain admins to configure Kerberos Constrained Delegation.

As you are probably aware of, configuring constrained delegation requires some steps that involve domain admin permissions. In many larger organizations where there is a clear separation of duties this is can be problem since the engineers and developers need to specify what type of delegation need to be configured, and domain admins need to […]

Speaking at SQL BITS XIV – Superheroes

The 14th edition (actually it is probably the 13th since they skipped SQLBits XIII – Who said superstition ?) of SQL Bits will take place from the 4th to 7th March in London. This years edition is placed under the Superhero theme. It is my first time at the event and I really have great […]

From Hellhound to Best of Breed – A Guide To Setting up Kerberos Delegation with SharePoint BI Stack – Part II

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 […]

From Hellhound to Best of Breed – A Guide To Setting up Kerberos Delegation with SharePoint BI Stack – Part I

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 […]