Comments for Tony Rogerson SQL Server Data Platform Ramblings https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson Microsoft Data Platform ramblings within the context of Microsoft SQL Server Wed, 06 Jul 2016 07:24:56 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9 Comment on Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS – Part 2 – Setting it up by Andy https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/2016/05/02/tableau-kerberos-delegation-to-sql-server-ssas-part-2-setting-it-up/#comment-100 Wed, 06 Jul 2016 07:24:56 +0000 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/?p=95#comment-100 Hi Tony,
Its quite detailed explanation for the Delegation between Tableau Server and SQL Server.
I have one question, do we need to add all the domain users to the SQL server who wants to access the worksheet from Tableau server for the delegation to work ?
If yes, then can we add AD Group to which user belongs to instead of adding users individually ?

Thanks

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Comment on Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS – Part 2 – Setting it up by Andy https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/2016/05/02/tableau-kerberos-delegation-to-sql-server-ssas-part-2-setting-it-up/#comment-99 Wed, 06 Jul 2016 07:23:44 +0000 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/?p=95#comment-99 Hi Tony,
Its quite detailed explaination for the Delegation between Tableau Server and SQL Server.
I have one question, do we need to add all the domain users to the SQL server who wants to access the worksheet from Tableau server for the delegation to work ?
If yes, then can we add AD Group to which user belongs to instead of adding users individually ?

Thanks

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Comment on Transaction Log Concepts – Part 1: ACID, Write Ahead Logging, Structure of the Log (VLF’s) and the Checkpoint/Lazywriter/Eagerwriter process by Johnd875 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/2016/01/19/transaction-log-concepts-acid-wal-vlfs-checkpoint-process/#comment-52 Sat, 28 May 2016 13:43:15 +0000 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/?p=6#comment-52 Hey, thanks for the blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Much obliged. ccdaddedgdag

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Comment on Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS – Part 2 – Setting it up by Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS – Part 1 – The Theory (Kerberos Tickets, Service Principal Names and Token Size) | Tony Rogerson SQL Server Data Platform Ramblings https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/2016/05/02/tableau-kerberos-delegation-to-sql-server-ssas-part-2-setting-it-up/#comment-40 Mon, 02 May 2016 19:51:59 +0000 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/?p=95#comment-40 […] Part 2 covers how this is actually implemented using Tableau Server on the middle tier. […]

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Comment on Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS – Part 1 – The Theory (Kerberos Tickets, Service Principal Names and Token Size) by Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS – Part 2 – Setting it up | Tony Rogerson SQL Server Data Platform Ramblings https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/2016/05/01/tableau-kerberos-delegation-to-sql-server-ssas-part-1-the-theory-kerberos-tickets-service-principal-names-and-token-size/#comment-39 Mon, 02 May 2016 18:27:35 +0000 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/?p=70#comment-39 […] Analysis Services (SSAS) was introduced in Tableau Server 8.3; we covered theory in the post Tableau Kerberos Delegation to SQL Server / SSAS Part 1 – The Theory (Kerberos Tickets, Servic… – make sure you have reviewed that before continuing because this article just contains the […]

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Comment on Transaction Log Concepts – Part 1: ACID, Write Ahead Logging, Structure of the Log (VLF’s) and the Checkpoint/Lazywriter/Eagerwriter process by Database Log VLFs - SQL Server - SQL Server - Toad World https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/2016/01/19/transaction-log-concepts-acid-wal-vlfs-checkpoint-process/#comment-9 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 12:19:33 +0000 https://sqlserverfaq.com/tonyrogerson/?p=6#comment-9 […] Rogerson (b|t) at the time of this writing has only put one post on his new blog, Transaction Log Concepts: Part 1.  If this is his typical quality of work, we have a lot to look forward to.  I’m personally […]

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