Users denied access to a specific report "Insufficient Privileges"
Insufficient Privileges You do not have the level of access necessary to perform the operation you requested. Please contact the owner of the record or your administrator if access is necessary.
All the other reports in the folder can be accessed by the users.
I am at a loss as to why they would be denied access to this specific report. Thanks for you help.
The Sharing Settings for Account are Private & Grant Access Using Hierarchies.
The Sharing Settings for the custom object are Controlled by Parent. Account is the parent object.
There are instances where you'll get an error message when you try to run a report that you should have access to. The reason behind this error could be due to a number of circumstances (Organization-Wide Defaults, Field-Level Security, Profile, and User permissions), all outlined below:
Check the following:
- First, check that your Report Type is in "Deployed" status.
- Even though you think you have access to the Report Folder, it's a good practice to double check that the access has not changed for some reason.
- You don't have 'READ' access to one of the objects that the report references.
- If the report is an Administrative report (reports on Users, Reports or Documents) you require the "View Setup and Configuration" permission on your profile.
- Check the Field Level Security of the Lookup or Master-Detail Relationship field to ensure that your Profile has visibility to that field. Without visibility into that specific field, you will not have the ability to view the relationship that it contains and thus not able to run the report.
- Profile permission "Report Builder" is not available on the affected User's Profile.
- If the report is built on multiple objects, this error can occur if the Lookup Field between two of the Objects is hidden from you by Field Level Security.
- If the Report Type used to create the report is 'Opportunities with Products,' and the affected user does not have at least 'Read' access to the Price Book object.
- This same error may be encountered by users within Customer Portals/Communities and Partner Portals/Communities. This will occur if theOrganization Wide Default sharing for the Object(s) being reported upon is not set as Private. If further access should be granted to the remainder of your Organization, Sharing Rules can be defined.
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- Why does my user get an insufficient privileges error when accessing a dashboard?:
- Report inaccessible or producing Insufficient Privileges error in Portal or Community: https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=000192857&language=en_US&type=1
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