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Created report for duplicate accounts, created on account and duplicate record item. getting "You don’t have sufficient privileges to perform this operation" error while accessing report

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Insufficient Privileges error for Reports I have permission to read

There are a variety of reasons why you might receive an error message when you try to run a report that you should be able to access.

Possible causes might include

  • Field-Level Security
  • Profile and User permission

Check the Following

  • First, make sure your Report Type is in "deployed" status.

  • Verify that you still have access to the Report Folder.

  • Make sure you have 'Read' access to all of the objects that the report references.

  • If it is an Administrative report, verify that the "View Setup and Configuration" permission is on your profile.

  • Check the Field Level Security of the Lookup or Master-Detail Relationship field to ensure that your Profile allows you visibility into that field.

  • Check the Field Level Security for every field that is on your report and in the object you are referring to.

  • Confirm that the 'Report Builder' is on the affected User's Profile.

  • If the report is built on multiple objects, make sure that a Lookup Field between two of the Objects is not hidden by Field Level Security.

  • If the Report Type is 'Opportunities with Products' verify that the affected user does has at least 'Read' access to the Price Book object.

  • For Communities, Customer Portal or Partner Portal Users, make sure that appropriate Sharing Rules are defined.

Reference:- https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=000005189&type=1

  • Org wide defaults wouldn't cause that specific error, but the rest of this is good. – sfdcfox Sep 11 '18 at 18:39
  • Thanks, @sfdcfox for your great suggestion. I will edit my answer. – sanket kumar Sep 11 '18 at 20:50
  • @SarathBhusarapu Welcome :) You can mark it as your answer as it has solved your problem by checking the correct mark beside the answer. – sanket kumar Sep 14 '18 at 9:19

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