Reporting - Publish for Read Only Users
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ServersCheck produces by default html reports on the status of each rule and an overview of all rules.
At the end of each rule cycle, ServersCheck will create a general report with hyperlinks to a report on each individual rule. The report is produced based upon an HTML template file that is located in the templates directory in your ServersCheck installation directory. You can create your own template so that reports are created in your own look and feel. The filename of the template always needs to be template.htm (case sensitive!).
The HTML reports are designed for users only needing to view the status of the checks without being able to modify any setting.
ServersCheck recommends to make these reports available through either IIS (Microsoft Web Server) or any other web server (Apache,...). This has a double benefit:
1. Users will only be able to access the html reports
2. Your configuration server environment is separated from your web environment. Make sure to set in your firewall that only an admin can access the ServersCheck computer on port 1272.
To make the HTML reports available on IIS, follow the steps below:
1. Start IIS Admin.
2. Create a new virtual directory in your default web site (or another if you have multiple web sites running on the computer on which ServersCheck is installed). and
3. Map this virtual directory to the output subdirectory of ServersCheck.
4. The new virtual directory should now appear in the IIS Admin console as shown below
When accessing IIS through your browser the result should be similar to the one below: