Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Network Reports (part 1) - Customizing the Summary Report

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To view the default Summary Network Report (also referred to as “the Summary report” in this chapter), open the SBS Console, click Reports, and then highlight Summary Network Report as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. Viewing the Summary Network Report

This report is run once a day by default. The Detailed Network Report (or “Detailed report”), which is shown in Figure 2, runs once a week by default. Both times and frequencies can be reconfigured.

The summary and detailed reports have exactly the same options, just configured differently. Both have the same content and schedule options, and you can configure email options in the same way.

Figure 2. The weekly Detailed Network Report

1. Customizing the Summary Report

The default Summary Network Report really doesn’t tell you much more than you can see on the Home page of the Windows SBS Console. However, you can easily customize it to display selected reports on network health. To customize the Summary Network Report, follow these steps:

  1. Click Reports in the Windows SBS Console.

  2. Right-click the Summary Network Report and select View Report Properties.

  3. The Summary Network Report Properties dialog box opens on the General page. You can change both the report name and description by typing in new ones. Click Content.

  4. On the Content page, shown in Figure 3, select the areas you want to include on the report.

    Figure 3. Selecting the content to include in the Summary Network Report

  5. Click E-Mail Options. Select the user accounts that should receive the report when it’s generated. Enter the email addresses for additional recipients in the Other E-Mail Addresses box. When you enter multiple email addresses, separate each address with a semicolon.

  6. Click Schedule to specify the frequency with which the report will be generated and the time it will be generated.

  7. Click Archives to view a list of past reports. To see a report, select the report and click View Report. The report will display in an Internet Explorer window. (See Figure 4.) Click OK when finished.

    Figure 4. Viewing an archived Summary Network Report


When editing report properties, you don’t need to go through the pages in order. Select only the ones you need to modify, and click OK when you’re finished.
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