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      34 comments  ·  Power BI Ideas » Report Server  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Thanks for sharing this idea! As its name suggests, Power BI Report Server focuses on Power BI reports (the artifacts you create in Power BI Desktop). Nonetheless, we’re always interested in hearing your feedback, so if you’d like to see the Power BI service’s “dashboards” feature in Power BI Report Server, vote here. Even better, post a comment and share a little more about why. Looking forward to the discussion!

      AdminRiccardo Muti (Admin, Microsoft Power BI) commented  · 

      @Mark, the product name doesn't determine the feature set; more the opposite: it merely reflects what the product does -- at least today.

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        15 comments  ·  Power BI Ideas » Report Server  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Thanks for submitting this idea. We’re interested to hear from many of you about why and how you install multiple instances of Reporting Services on the same server. Drop us a comment and tell us a little more about
        - Why do you install multiple instances of Reporting Services on the same server (as opposed to, say, creating multiple folder trees within the same server and using permissions to isolate users)?
        - What are the key things you’d need to be able to configure differently/independently across instances?

        While we could follow the SQL Server approach of enabling you to perform multiple installations of the software on the same server, we could alternatively take a more lightweight approach of enabling you to create multiple “sites” within one installation. (SharePoint uses this latter approach, as did Datazen Server.) The latter approach doesn’t provide quite the same degree of isolation — you can’t…

        AdminRiccardo Muti (Admin, Microsoft Power BI) commented  · 

        @Ian, you can run multiple instances of Power BI Report Server on the same physical server today through virtualization at the OS/VM level, just not through a "multi-instance" feature built into Power BI Report Server. This shouldn't be a licensing issue, more of a manageability issue.

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          190 comments  ·  Power BI Ideas » Reports  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

          We’ve begun work on this feature! Our plan is to filter visuals that would be cross-filtered or cross-highlighted when you select in the first visual. That way, if you use Edit Interactions to turn off filtering/highlighting, drilling won’t impact it either.

          Stay tuned for updates!

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