Making Reports Available in the MOM Administrator Console and
MOM Reporting allows you to publish reports (saved as HTML) and
make them available through the MOM Administrator Consoles and the
Web Console. You can also configure Microsoft Operations
Manager 2000 (MOM) to automatically generate and publish
reports to HTML files or to a printer. For more information, see
Configuring Automatically Published
MOM provides flexible components that allow you to setup your
configuration groups in many ways. The MOM setup program creates
directories and sets several configuration values to support HTML
report generation and publication. To make reports available in the
MOM Administrator Console and the Web Console, you should
understand these settings. For more information about these default
settings, see Report
To make reports available in the MOM
Administrator Console and the Web Console:
Make sure the Web Console server, MOM Reporting, and DAS are
installed on the same computer. If the DAS is not installed on the
Web Console server, use Internet Services Manager to change the
authentication method on the MOM and MOM Reporting virtual
directories to Basic Authentication.
Set the Web Console server virtual directory locations in the
database by completing the following steps:
Expand Microsoft Operations Manager (default) in the
left pane of the MOM Administrator Console.
Expand Configuration in the left pane.
Click Global Settings in the left pane.
Click Web Addresses in the right pane.
Click Action on the menu bar.
Click Properties on the Action menu.
Specify the computer name and virtual directory for the Web
Console server (computer/OnePointOperations) and MOM
Add the users who should be able to view the reports to the
OnePointOp MOM Reporting group. This group enables users to view
the data in the database.