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Enterprise Reporter 3.5.1 - Installation and Deployment Guide

Product Overview Installation Considerations for Enterprise Reporter Installing and Configuring Enterprise Reporter Managing Your Enterprise Reporter Deployment Troubleshooting Issues with Enterprise Reporter Appendix: Database Content Wizard Appendix: Encryption Key Manager Appendix: Log Viewer

Security Groups in Enterprise Reporter

When installing Enterprise Reporter 3.5.1 for the first time, if you let Enterprise Reporter create the database and security groups, the security group type is automatically set to Domain Local.

If an earlier version of Enterprise Reporter was previously installed, or if the security groups were created manually, the existing security groups may not be Domain Local groups. You can determine the security group type chosen when Enterprise Reporter was originally deployed on the System | Information page.

If the existing groups are not Domain Local groups, during upgrade, you will be given the option to keep them or to configure new security group types (recommended).

The following table outlines each supported choice:

Domain Local (recommended)

Added to the domain Users OU

The groups are given the appropriate SQL roles.

A domain local group can have the following members: user accounts, groups with universal scope, and groups with global scope — all from any domain. If users are in multiple domains, this type of group is required.


Added to the domain Users OU

The groups are given the appropriate SQL roles.

A domain global group can have the following members: accounts from the same domain and other groups with global scope from the same domain. If all users are in the same domain, this type of group may be used.

Your choice will affect the following options:

Role-Based Security in Enterprise Reporter

The data collected and reported by Enterprise Reporter can contain sensitive information about your environment. To ensure that only appropriate users can access this information, each console has role based security.

To be able to open a console, you must be assigned to one of the security groups. Four security groups are created when the Enterprise Reporter server is installed, and four are associated with SQL roles:



(also known as discovery administrator)



(also known as reporting user)





(also known as reporting administrator)



Managing Your Database Using the Database Wizard

By default, the Database Wizard is installed on the same computer where the server is installed. You can also install it on a separate computer if needed. For more information, see Installing the Components . Using the Database Wizard, you can:

See also:

Using the Database Wizard to Create or Connect a Database

The Database Wizard is used to create or connect an Enterprise Reporter database. You can either create the database when the wizard is automatically launched after installing the Enterprise Reporter server, or launch the wizard as a stand-alone application.

Click the Start menu, select All Programs | Quest | Enterprise Reporter | Database Wizard and click Next.
Choose Create New Database, and click Next.

For more information, see Security Groups in Enterprise Reporter .

Click Cancel to further modify the Security Group Names.
Click Finish to create the database.

For help troubleshooting errors, see Database Configuration Issues .

Click Cancel.
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