Power management in Configuration Manager 2007 R3 features reports that help you analyze power usage and settings in your organization. These reports require Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, which was introduced in Configuration Manager 2007 R2. Before you can run power management reports, you must install the reports to your server that is running SQL Server Reporting Services. For more information, see How to Configure Reports for Power Management.
|Power management reports with hidden parameters must be modified from your SQL Server Reporting Services Web site. You cannot modify hidden report parameters when you run reports from the Configuration Manager console. For information about how to run reports from the Configuration Manager console, see How to View SQL Reporting Services Reports from the Configuration Manager Console.|
|The information in this topic applies only to Configuration Manager 2007 R3.|
To run a power management report
On your SQL Server Reporting Services Web site, click the folder containing your Configuration Manager 2007 reports.
Click the folder Power Management to display the available power management reports.
Note For a list of available reports, see About Reports for Power Management.
Click the name of the report that you want to run.
On the View tab of the report, provide any required parameters for the report.
On the Properties tab of the report, click Parameters, then specify or modify any hidden parameters for the report.
On the View tab of the report, click View Report to display the report.