Appendix: Reports

適用於: Operations Manager 2007

The following table summarizes the reports that are included in the Microsoft KMS Management Pack.

Management Pack Reports

Report Description

Activation Count Summary

Shows the number of KMS activations for each Windows edition, for several historical time ranges.

KMS Activity History

Graphically displays:

  • Daily new KMS activations for each Windows edition.

  • Daily KMS request activity, which includes both activations and renewals, for each Windows edition.

You can leave the KMS Host Filter empty to show all computers or apply a search filter to selectively match specific KMS hosts.  To search for all machines containing “KMS” in the computer name you would simply enter “KMS” into the filter.  For any computer with a computername “SRV” followed by “CORP” you could enter “SRV%CORP” ; this would match a machine like SRV-LAB1-CORP, SRV-DOMAIN-CORP, but not SRV-TEST-PRIV. For any LAB machine with this naming-style you could use “SRV-LAB_-CORP” as your filter (using  “_” to match any single character).  If you have additional LAB servers, you would use a filter such as "SRV-LAB%-CORP". Any filter entered will have % appended to front and back, so “KMS” becomes “%KMS%”.  This appendation is to facilitate the most common user-scenario, searching for a host name containing a specified string.

Licensing Status Summary

Shows the days remaining before expiration, for computer that have connected to a KMS, for each License state.

Machine Expiration Chart

Graphically displays the number of computers that are in Initial, OOT/Exp or non-Genuine Grace, whose users could be locked out (if they are unlicensed) or in NOTIFICATION state in the next 30 days.

Machine Expiration Detail

Lists machines that are in Initial, OOT/Exp or non-Genuine Grace, whose users could be locked out (if they are unlicensed) or NOTIFICATION state in the next 7 days.

Virtual Machine Summary

Displays the cumulative number of virtual and physical machines that were activated by way of KMS within the past 14 days, for each Windows edition.

Setting up Optional Reporting

If you do not want to run the KMS Management Pack Sample Reports, you can skip this section.

System Requirements for KMS Reporting

Ensure that the following are installed on the server which will be hosting the KMS Reports:

  • SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) and SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4)

  • IIS and ASP.NET (enabled)

  • SQL Reporting Services Service Pack 1 (SP1) and SQL Reporting Services Service Pack 2 (SP2)

  • MOM Reporting Services

Verify KMS Report Configuration

To view a KMS report, open Microsoft SQL Server, open Reporting Service, open Report Manager, open Windows Vista KMS MOM Reports, and then click a report name. If the configuration is correct, you will be able to view the report without any seeing any errors.

Viewing the KMS Reports

You can view the KMS MOM Pack Sample Reports at http://localhost/ReportServer?%2fMicrosoft.Windows.KeyManagementService&rs:Command=ListChildren. Users will require permission to access the reports.

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