Part of what you are asking for could be covered by:
1. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/power-bi/admin/groups_getgroupsasadmin - this will give you overview of all artifacts in your tenant.
2. Azure Purview - can scan your tenant and provide you lineage between various artifacts
3. If you are using modern workspaces, and you have Power BI Administrator role in Azure AD, then you can give yourself access to any modern workspace via the Admin portal > Workspaces.
Bump - I need this too!
Bump - this is an issue for me too.
Even if we're not able to get a dashboard or view within O365 portal, please allow us to be able to extract data using Powershell in some capacity. Pulling access per report or dashboard would be miles better that what we have today.
I'd like to echo the concerns of others. I have no way of knowing what guest/incorrect users have access to what dashboards and reports. I'm ultimately relying on my users to have common sense. Especially now that we're doing dashboards around financial, legal, and even security related information this is an invaluable feature for audit purposes.
While we do save the audit log of who has accessed dashboards, that is simply not enough to see who has access at a particular point in time. And while you can go off of historical share requests, legal/security would have a field day that the access is calculated instead of being actual.
Not just see/list but also manage - move, delete etc
'Hi, what's the status of this improvement. It has been 2,5 year since this requets and from a Administration\Maintenance point of view this is a very important feature. Especially when you want to implement powerBI in a big environment.
We are implementing Power BI at the moment and as a administrator I have no global overview of the environment
- Who created what
- Who has acces to what
- Which workspaces, Dashboards, reports, datasets, workbooks, datasources are present
- What is the relation between the different objects
In report server you could get all this info from de RS database. In Power BI Service this is more a black box, a nightmare for a administrator ;-)
Maybe it is good to change the title of the improvement to a more specific description ex. Admin - Reporting of all objects withing Power BI Service
Although Power BI is a great tool, I am surprised this is not available yet! Power Bi Admin should be able to view/manage all the organization items. For the audit part, providing o365 global admin right is an overkill.
Hopefully you guys will ship this soon into power bi service :)
HI Charles, do you have an ETA for this one?
There is a big need in our organisation for this type of reporting. Currently we are interrogating the Audit Logs to build a view but we are picking up discrepancies in the data.
A trusted dataset provided by Microsoft in the Power BI Service would help alot.
Administrator on 7/30/2020 4:57:05 PM
moving to back log for the team