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I have a report running on Account. One of the users have access to the folder but not the report. The users profile has read, create, edit, viewall for account.

I am quite baffled as to what is causing this.

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    Is this the standard Accounts report type? or is custom? Is the account the only object in that report type? – PepeFloyd Sep 19 '14 at 15:44
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    could be silly suggestion, check if you saved the report in "My personal folder". – Rao Sep 19 '14 at 17:40
  • What differences are there between these users? Are they the same Profile and Role? – Jeremy Nottingham Sep 19 '14 at 19:28
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If You are using Custom Report Type for Report Make sure it is "Deployed"

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The report is most likely accessing some information that the specified profile/user does not have access to, which raises the "insufficient privileges" error.

  • Check field level security for all fields that are referenced in the report.
    • Setup->Security Controls->Field Accessibility->Account->View by profile
  • Check that the user/profile has access to any other objects that are referenced in the report.
    • Setup->Manage Users->Profiles->[Profile]->Object Settings

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