Watch out, your domain might be showing . . .

By powerpivotgeek (dwickert@microsoft.com), on November 24th, 2009

Several new SharePoint 2010 configuration issues will impacting some PowerPivot sites and I wanted to share them with you. These restrictions are with Excel Services and have to do with the way that Windows authentication is handled, i.e. you have set the Excel Services authentication set to “Windows”, not using Secure Store or “None”. This impacts PowerPivot because Excel Services treats PowerPivot as a data source. The restrictions are not limited to just PowerPivot – they apply across the board for all Excel Services data sources.

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