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I have a user here that cannot see a dashboard that their superior has shared with them. The dashboard is a list view that his boss has created.
We have tried to share with the user and myself who is the admin, but we are getting an error:
"You do not have enough privileges to access the Microsoft Dynamics 365 object or perform the requested operation. For more information, contact your Microsoft Dynamics 365 administrator."
Hello - If you have shared the view and shared the dashboard, and the only thing on the dashboard is the view (no personal charts, etc.), and if the users have the underlying entity permissions (which it sounds like they do, since you are the admin), then you have done everything correctly.
However, I have seen this happen in the past under two conditions - 1) a particularly aggressive browser cache, so clear it if you are OK with that, or use a completely different browser to test and 2) when a column that exists on the view was subsequently removed from the solution - or at least changed in a way to cause this to happen, which can even be corrupted in rare circumstances if you are moving solution files from a sandbox, etc. If item 1 is definitely not the problem, then try reducing some of the columns on the view temporarily.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the response. When I came in this morning I was able to see the view and shared dashboard. I think it just took some time for it to show up.
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