I the link is the same in 2008, but it's been a while since we migrated.
Adding user permissions here allows the named users to run reports.
Team Services | TFS 2017 | TFS 2015 | TFS 2013 Administrators in Team Services and TFS exist at three levels: the team, the team project, and the team project collection.
Depending on your availability needs, you might need to add more administrators to help ensure that there is someone available to perform administrator-level tasks on short notice.
For example, you need to add someone as an administrator if that person is expected to perform one or more of the following tasks: A: Yes.
I do not want Users to view Data Sources or any other folders or Reports that they don’t have permissions on.
What I have Tried So Far 1- Added a user to One folder on the reports Manager, Yet they can navigate to any other Folder on Reports Manager.
2- Permission to Access Reports Manager for which I have choice to choose from Reports Manager Roles such as (Browser, Content Manager etc etc.) For reports manager I have created a new Role with only permissions to View Reports.