|Knowledge Article Number||000212425|
This happens when the Security feature "Access Policies" for Reports & Dashboard is setup to "High Assurance session required | Raise the Session Level with Step-up Authentication." The user will be logged out because the login needs to be under a "High Assurance" session.
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Important: If "Block Reports and Dashboards" is selected by default, the User access to Reports and Dashboards tab will be blocked. The user will see the "Insufficient Privileges" error.
Standard and High Assurance. The Standard session type is setup by default to "Username and Password" or "Delegated Authentication (Single Sign-On)." Meaning, when someone logs in through Username and Password or Single Sign-On, it's considered a standard session login.
The High Assurance is by default configured to be active when the User logins in with Two-Factor Authentication. When this happens, the User session is considered as with High Assurance.