Power BI Row level security vs Object level security

In this Power Bi article, we will see what are the differences between Row level security vs Object level security in Power BI.

Power BI Row-level security vs Object-level security

Let us see the differences between Row-level security vs Object-level security in Power BI.

Row-level securityObject-level security
Row Level Security restricts user access to specified rows presented in the Power BI report.Object Level Security restricts user access to specified columns and tables presented in the Power BI report.
Row-level security (RLS) is used to restrict data access for the users. Filters are used to restrict data access at the row level. And within the roles, we can apply filters.Object-level security (OLS) is used to restrict data access for the users. We cannot apply filters in the Object Level security.
In the Power bi service, users of a workspace have access to a dataset in the workspace. Row-level security does not restrict this data access.In the Power bi service, users of a workspace have access to a dataset in the workspace. Object-level security does not restrict this data access.
We can configure the Rowlevel security for the data model imported into Power Bi with the Power Bi desktop.We can configure the Objectlevel security for the data model imported into Power Bi with the Power Bi desktop.
We can directly enable the Row level security role definitions in Power Bi Desktop. We cannot directly enable the Object level security role definitions in Power Bi Desktop. 
When we publish the Power Bi reports, it also publishes the row-level security role definitions.When we publish the Power Bi reports, it also publishes the Object-level security role definitions.
Power BI Row-level security vs Object-level security

The above table clearly explains the differences between Row-level security vs Object-level security in Power BI.

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