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  • Blog Post: ACS “Event Count” reports

    Here are a couple of ACS reports to show the event count by User, Forwarder, and Event ID. Just import the .rdl files into a folder in SQL Server Reporting Services. The first report “Event Count Overview” shows the top 10 Events, Forwarders, and User Names for the specified date range...
  • Blog Post: ACS report: All events for specified user (even more than the built-in version)

    A customer recently showed me that the built-in ACS report "Forensic_-_All_Events_For_Specified_User" seemed to be missing some events. This report queries the Adtserver.dvall5 view in the OperationsManageAC database and looks for values in the PrimaryDomain\PrimaryUser fields that match the user name...
  • Blog Post: ACS Database Dashboard Report

    Here’s a little report that I put together to get a look at what is going on in the ACS Database. The report will show: Number of Events in the DB Number of days represented in the DB Max Events Per Day Average Events Per Day Partition Count DB Size DB Free Space Top...
  • Blog Post: ACS: EventSchema.xml changes for Server 2008 Account Lockout Events

    Just realized that I haven’t blogged on this yet. By default, the “Calling Machine” property of Account Lockout events from Windows Server 2008 servers is not entered in the ACS database….this will affect some of the Account Lockout reports that I have previously posted. Below...
  • Blog Post: Some Custom ACS Reports

    Here are some ACS reports that I’ve written for various customers recently. If you have ACS installed in the same Reporting Services instance as OpsMgr Reporting, then you can just import the attached Management Pack (CustomACSReports.xml). Otherwise, you’ll need to import each .rdl file separately....