An overview of all registered servers. The report can be exported as Word, Excel, PDF, HTML, CSV, Image and XML
The overview can be used to get a full list of all servers in your monitoring environment.
Is the name of the server entered in the server registration screen. This is the display name of the server and not used for connecting to the server.
The DNS name or IP address entered in the server registration screen. This is being used to connect to the actual server. e.g. 10.52.0.71,1433
The port entered in the server registration screen. This port is used for establishing a connection to the server. e.g. 10.52.0.71,1433
Server is detected to be part of a replication architecture (either distributor, subscriber or publisher).
Server is not part of a replication architecture.
Server is detected to be part of an high available architecture (Availability groups, Clustering).
Server is not part of an high availability architecture.
Server is detected to be part of an Availability group.
Server is not part of an Availability group.
date and time of report executed.
If a report contains more pages, you can click on the right and left icons to move forward or backwards in the pages.
Every report can be exported to any of these favourite formats. Choosing any option will provide you with an automatically downloaded file:
Run this report when you want to receive an up-to-date overview of your servers. Export it to excel to do further manipulations.
When you click on the reports menu this is the first report that is automatically opened.
The report menu on the right sidebar slides open when you click on it:
If you are able to see the menu item Reporting then you are allowed to run this report.