SCOM 2007 – How to install Audit Collection Reports


Installing Audit Collection Reports

 

Create:

  • Create a folder on the server hosting Audit Reporting – C:\TOOLS\AUDIT REPORTS\ACS on the Operations Server (or the server that will be hosting the Audit Reporting)

Copy:

  • Uploadauditreports.cmd, Models Folder and Reports folders from the System Center Operations Manager 2007 CD (located at ReportModels\ACS\) copy them into the folder that was just created.
  • Copy the reportingconfig.exe from the SCOM 2007 CD\ Support Tools
  • Place that file in the folder that was created – C:\TOOLS\AUDIT REPORTS\ACS.
  • Command prompt –  Change directories to C:\TOOLS\AUDIT REPORTS\ACS.

Run the following command:

UploadAuditReports “OperationManagerServerName”
“http://<OperationManagerServerName>/reportserver” “c:\tools\audit reports\acs”

  • Click OK on any dialog you receive.
  • This creates a new data source called Db Audit
  • Uploads the reporting models Audit.smdl and Audit5.smdl and uploads all reports into the ACS\REPORTS directory.
  • The Audit Reports folder will appear in the SCOM Reporting console shortly
    • This process can take up to 30 minutes before the folder will appear in the console depending on server spec’s and network topology.

 

>edwalt


Comments (11)

  1. Noah says:

    Hi Thanks for installation instruction you have given, I am not having problem with the installation, the only problem I am having is that when I try to run this command UploadAuditReports "OperationManagerServerName"

    “http://<OperationManagerServerName>/reportserver" “c:toolsaudit reportsacs"

    The command is executed partial success. The file audit5.smdl and audit.smdl located in the models folder are created successfully but with the upload of the files within the reports folder, I get this error message for all the 20 files within the folder. Below is the error message;

    Error Loading file c:toolsAudit ReportsACSReportsUsage_-_User_Logon.rdl.

     System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: The value of parameter ‘DataSourc

    es’ is not valid. —> Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.Invalid

    ParameterException: The value of parameter ‘DataSources’ is not valid.

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.Soap2005.DataSource.ThisArrayToDataSou

    rceInfoCollection(DataSource[] dataSources)

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.SetItemDataSourcesAction.SetReportData

    Sources(CatalogItem item, DataSource[] dataSources)

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.SetItemDataSourcesAction.PerformAction

    Now()

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.RSSoapAction`1.Execute()

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportingService2005Impl.SetItemData

    Sources(String Item, DataSource[] DataSources)

      — End of inner exception stack trace —

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportingService2005Impl.SetItemData

    Sources(String Item, DataSource[] DataSources)

      at Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportingService2005.SetItemDataSour

    ces(String Item, DataSource[] DataSources)

    File will not be loaded.

    This same error is repeated 20 times for each file in the folder.

    Is there something I’m doing wrong, Please help.

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  11. NetStudent1 says:

    I’m getting the same issue with an R2 install (not upgrade). Followed all the blogs – any ideas?

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