Managing Row-Level Security With Power BI

Callum Green shows how to maintain role lists in Power BI:

  1. The roles are now configured. Both email accounts will only see data for the person they have been assigned to.

NOTE:   You can add numerous email accounts to a specific role.  For this example, the roles are done by person, but you may want to add a whole department containing 10 people to a given role.

That management is pretty easy.

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