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Binary Tree Migrator Pro for Active Directory 20.10 - Requirements and Installation Guide

Section 1. Introduction Section 2. Directory Sync Pro Prerequisites Section 3. Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory Advanced Network Requirements Section 4. Migrator Pro for Active Directory Prerequisites Section 5. Requirements for Both Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory and Migrator Pro for Active Directory Section 6. Installing Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory and Migrator Pro for Active Directory Section 7. Upgrading Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory and Migrator Pro for Active Directory Section 8. Modifying, Repairing and Uninstalling Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory and Migrator Pro for Active Directory Section 9. Migrator Pro for Active Directory Agent Installation Section 10. Troubleshooting Appendix A: Configuring Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory in a Non-English Active Directory Environment Appendix B. Installing and Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

Appendix A: Configuring Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory in a Non-English Active Directory Environment

Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory refers to several system groups by their English names, which will not function properly when deploying in environments where non-English Active Directory is deployed. To resolve this, the mapping of these systems group names can be configured to accommodate non-English language deployments.

There are five new .config file values, representing the five system groups used by Directory Sync Pro for Active Directory: All Users, All Groups, All Rooms, Default Global Address List, and Deleted Objects. To localize a value, edit BinaryTree.Dirsync.Exchange.exe.config on the Exchange server and add the colored text below (the existing configuration is shown below in black), replacing the value with the equivalent value in the appropriate language.

<?xml version="1.0"?>

<configuration>

<configSections>

  </configSections>

  <appSettings>

    <add key="ExchangeOrgCN"

     value="CN=MyLocalName,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=bte14,DC=local"/>

    <!-- The names of some of the system groups we use are localized.

         To use the localized versions, replace the string in value with the localized name, e.g.

         <add key="LocalizedAllUsers" value="Tous les utilisateurs"/>

         -->

    <add key="LocalizedAllUsers" value="All Users"/>

    <!--Tous les utilisateurs-->

    <add key="LocalizedAllGroups" value="All Groups"/>

    <add key="LocalizedAllRooms" value="All Rooms"/>

    <add key="LocalizedDefaultGlobalAddressList" value="Default Global Address List"/>

    <!--Liste d'adresses globale par défaut-->

    <add key="LocalizedDeletedObjects" value="Deleted Objects"/>

     <add key="MandatoryUserAttributes"

 

In the following example, “All Users” was replaced with the French equivalent of “Tous les utilisateurs.”

Example:

<add key="LocalizedAllUsers" value="Tous les utilisateurs"/>

Appendix B. Installing and Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

Installing SQL Server Reporting Services

These instructions are for existing SQL Server installs where reporting services are being added.

Migrator Pro for Active Directory reporting is supported on SSRS 2012 and 2014. SSRS 2016 is not supported at this time.

  1. Load the ISO into the DVD drive.

  2. Open My Computer.

  3. Double-click on the DVD drive to run the SQL Server Installation Center dialog.

  4. Select Installation from the left.

  5. Select New installation or add features to an existing installation.

  6. Click the OK button on the Setup Support Rules page if everything passed.

  7. Click the Install button on the SQL Setup Files page.

  8. Click the Next button on the Setup Support Rules page if everything passed.

  9. Select Add features to an existing instance of SQL Server (verify your instance is shown).

  10. Click the Next button.

  11. Check the Reporting Services box and click the Next button.

  12. Click the Next button on Installation Rules.

  13. Click the Next button on Disk Space Requirements.

  14. Click in the Account Name field and select NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE.

  15. Click the Next button.

  16. Click the Next button on the Reporting Services Configuration to Install, but do not configure the report server option.

  17. Click the Next button.

  18. Click the Next button on Installation Configuration Rules page if everything passed.

  19. Click the Install button on the Ready to Install page.

  20. If you have a green checkmark on the 'Complete' page, click the Close button.

  21. Close the SQL Server Installation Center dialog.

Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

  1. Click Start > All Programs > Microsoft SQL Server > Configuration Tools.

  2. Click on Reporting Services Configuration Manager.

  3. Click the Connect button.

  4. Select Service Account from the left.

    1. Verify Network Service is set for the built-in account.

  5. Select Database from the left.

    1. Click the Change Database button.

    2. Verify 'Create a new report server database' is selected and click the Next button.

    3. Set your security type and click the Next button.

    4. Leave the defaults. Verify 'Report Server Mode' is set to 'Native' (Reporting will fail to work if not in Native Mode)

    5. Click the Next button.

    6. Click the Next button.

    7. Click the Next button and it will begin to configure the database.

    8. Click the Finish button.

  6. Select Web Service URL from the left pane.

    1. Click the Apply button.

  7. Select Report Manager URL from the left pane.

    1. Click the Apply button.

  8. Click the Exit button.

Your Report URLs

Browseable URL

http://<servername>/Reports

Or

http://<servername>/Reports_InstanceName (if SQL Server is installed as an instance)

Web Service URL

http://<servername>/ReportServer

Or

http://<servername>/ReportServer_InstanceName (if SQL Server is installed as an instance)

Verifying the Report Server URL

The Report Server URL is needed when installing the Reporting feature. Use the following steps to verify the correct URL to use.

  1. Open Reporting Services Configuration Manager.

  2. Provide the SQL Server Name and Report Server Instance name and click Connect.

    Reporting_Services1

  3. In the left folder navigation, select Web Service URL.

  4. The Report Server URL appears in the Report Server Web Service URLs section.

    Reporting_Services2

 

 

 

 

Installing SQL Server Reporting Services

Installing SQL Server Reporting Services

These instructions are for existing SQL Server installs where reporting services are being added.

Migrator Pro for Active Directory reporting is supported on SSRS 2012 and 2014. SSRS 2016 is not supported at this time.

  1. Load the ISO into the DVD drive.

  2. Open My Computer.

  3. Double-click on the DVD drive to run the SQL Server Installation Center dialog.

  4. Select Installation from the left.

  5. Select New installation or add features to an existing installation.

  6. Click the OK button on the Setup Support Rules page if everything passed.

  7. Click the Install button on the SQL Setup Files page.

  8. Click the Next button on the Setup Support Rules page if everything passed.

  9. Select Add features to an existing instance of SQL Server (verify your instance is shown).

  10. Click the Next button.

  11. Check the Reporting Services box and click the Next button.

  12. Click the Next button on Installation Rules.

  13. Click the Next button on Disk Space Requirements.

  14. Click in the Account Name field and select NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE.

  15. Click the Next button.

  16. Click the Next button on the Reporting Services Configuration to Install, but do not configure the report server option.

  17. Click the Next button.

  18. Click the Next button on Installation Configuration Rules page if everything passed.

  19. Click the Install button on the Ready to Install page.

  20. If you have a green checkmark on the 'Complete' page, click the Close button.

  21. Close the SQL Server Installation Center dialog.

Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

  1. Click Start > All Programs > Microsoft SQL Server > Configuration Tools.

  2. Click on Reporting Services Configuration Manager.

  3. Click the Connect button.

  4. Select Service Account from the left.

    1. Verify Network Service is set for the built-in account.

  5. Select Database from the left.

    1. Click the Change Database button.

    2. Verify 'Create a new report server database' is selected and click the Next button.

    3. Set your security type and click the Next button.

    4. Leave the defaults. Verify 'Report Server Mode' is set to 'Native' (Reporting will fail to work if not in Native Mode)

    5. Click the Next button.

    6. Click the Next button.

    7. Click the Next button and it will begin to configure the database.

    8. Click the Finish button.

  6. Select Web Service URL from the left pane.

    1. Click the Apply button.

  7. Select Report Manager URL from the left pane.

    1. Click the Apply button.

  8. Click the Exit button.

Your Report URLs

Browseable URL

http://<servername>/Reports

Or

http://<servername>/Reports_InstanceName (if SQL Server is installed as an instance)

Web Service URL

http://<servername>/ReportServer

Or

http://<servername>/ReportServer_InstanceName (if SQL Server is installed as an instance)

Verifying the Report Server URL

The Report Server URL is needed when installing the Reporting feature. Use the following steps to verify the correct URL to use.

  1. Open Reporting Services Configuration Manager.

  2. Provide the SQL Server Name and Report Server Instance name and click Connect.

    Reporting_Services1

  3. In the left folder navigation, select Web Service URL.

  4. The Report Server URL appears in the Report Server Web Service URLs section.

    Reporting_Services2

 

 

 

 

Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

Installing SQL Server Reporting Services

These instructions are for existing SQL Server installs where reporting services are being added.

Migrator Pro for Active Directory reporting is supported on SSRS 2012 and 2014. SSRS 2016 is not supported at this time.

  1. Load the ISO into the DVD drive.

  2. Open My Computer.

  3. Double-click on the DVD drive to run the SQL Server Installation Center dialog.

  4. Select Installation from the left.

  5. Select New installation or add features to an existing installation.

  6. Click the OK button on the Setup Support Rules page if everything passed.

  7. Click the Install button on the SQL Setup Files page.

  8. Click the Next button on the Setup Support Rules page if everything passed.

  9. Select Add features to an existing instance of SQL Server (verify your instance is shown).

  10. Click the Next button.

  11. Check the Reporting Services box and click the Next button.

  12. Click the Next button on Installation Rules.

  13. Click the Next button on Disk Space Requirements.

  14. Click in the Account Name field and select NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE.

  15. Click the Next button.

  16. Click the Next button on the Reporting Services Configuration to Install, but do not configure the report server option.

  17. Click the Next button.

  18. Click the Next button on Installation Configuration Rules page if everything passed.

  19. Click the Install button on the Ready to Install page.

  20. If you have a green checkmark on the 'Complete' page, click the Close button.

  21. Close the SQL Server Installation Center dialog.

Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

  1. Click Start > All Programs > Microsoft SQL Server > Configuration Tools.

  2. Click on Reporting Services Configuration Manager.

  3. Click the Connect button.

  4. Select Service Account from the left.

    1. Verify Network Service is set for the built-in account.

  5. Select Database from the left.

    1. Click the Change Database button.

    2. Verify 'Create a new report server database' is selected and click the Next button.

    3. Set your security type and click the Next button.

    4. Leave the defaults. Verify 'Report Server Mode' is set to 'Native' (Reporting will fail to work if not in Native Mode)

    5. Click the Next button.

    6. Click the Next button.

    7. Click the Next button and it will begin to configure the database.

    8. Click the Finish button.

  6. Select Web Service URL from the left pane.

    1. Click the Apply button.

  7. Select Report Manager URL from the left pane.

    1. Click the Apply button.

  8. Click the Exit button.

Your Report URLs

Browseable URL

http://<servername>/Reports

Or

http://<servername>/Reports_InstanceName (if SQL Server is installed as an instance)

Web Service URL

http://<servername>/ReportServer

Or

http://<servername>/ReportServer_InstanceName (if SQL Server is installed as an instance)

Verifying the Report Server URL

The Report Server URL is needed when installing the Reporting feature. Use the following steps to verify the correct URL to use.

  1. Open Reporting Services Configuration Manager.

  2. Provide the SQL Server Name and Report Server Instance name and click Connect.

    Reporting_Services1

  3. In the left folder navigation, select Web Service URL.

  4. The Report Server URL appears in the Report Server Web Service URLs section.

    Reporting_Services2

 

 

 

 

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