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Enterprise Reporter 3.2 - Quick Start Guide

Introducing Quest® Enterprise Reporter Key Features of Enterprise Reporter Enterprise Reporter Components System Requirements An Overview of Enterprise Reporter Communications and Credentials Required Installing Enterprise Reporter Step-By-Step Walkthroughs

Installing Enterprise Reporter

Once you have ensured that your computers meet the system requirements, you can install the Enterprise Reporter server and consoles, and set up the Enterprise Reporter database. For full information on installing Enterprise Reporter, see Installing and Configuring Enterprise Reporter in the Quest Enterprise Reporter Configuration Manager User Guide in the Technical Documentation. 

 

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On the Home page, click the Enterprise Reporter Setup tab.
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Click Open next to the edition of Quest Enterprise Reporter for your operating system (64 bit).
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Click View License Agreement and scroll to review the entire license agreement.
Optionally, click Print to send a copy of the agreement to the printer.
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Select I accept these terms to accept the agreement, click OK to close the agreement, and click Next to continue the installation.
Select I do not accept these terms to reject the agreement, click OK to close the agreement, and click Cancel to exit the installation.
Clicking Reset restores the default setting of installing all components.
This service account must be able to access the SQL Server® where the Enterprise Reporter database resides.
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Click Install.
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Click Close.

For more information, see Role Based Security in Enterprise Reporter in the Quest Enterprise Reporter Installation and Deployment Guide in the Technical Documentation. 

 

Create/Connect Your Enterprise Reporter Database

Next, you must create the Enterprise Reporter database. The Database Wizard appears automatically when you install the Enterprise Reporter server.

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Choose Create New Database, and click Next.
You can either type the instance name or browse to it. If you browse, you will see all SQL Servers® in your subnet that are configured to advertise their presence. If you do not see your server on the list, you must type the name.
Enterprise Reporter connects to the SQL Server® using Windows® authentication by default. If you want to connect using SQL credentials, enter them before clicking Next.
Enterprise Reporter validates the SQL Server® and your right to create a database on the instance before you can proceed to the next step.

For more information, see Security Groups in Enterprise Reporter in the Quest Enterprise Reporter Installation and Deployment Guide in the Technical Documentation. 

Click Cancel to further modify the Security Group Names.
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Click Finish to create the database.
IMPORTANT: It is important to backup the encryption key. The Encryption Key Manager will automatically start on the Enterprise Reporter Server. Use the Export Key option to create a back up file of the encryption key. For more information, see Appendix: Encryption Key Manager .

For help troubleshooting errors, see Database Configuration Issues in the Quest Enterprise Reporter Installation and Deployment Guide in the Technical Documentation. 

Configure Enterprise Reporter Licenses

You need either a trial or full license to use Enterprise Reporter. You must have a valid license to use the Configuration Manager; no license is required for the Report Manager. If you have questions about your license, contact your sales representative.

See also:

 

Enterprise Reporter for Windows Servers

Enterprise Reporter for Active Directory

Enterprise Reporter for SQL Server

Enterprise Reporter for File Storage Analysis

Enterprise Reporter for Exchange

Enterprise Reporter for Office 365

Enterprise Reporter Suite

Activating or Updating Your License

Activate or update your license in the Configuration Manager on the System | Information page.

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Click Update License and navigate to your license file.
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Click Open.
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