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This update enables the new version-agnostic management packs for SSRS and SSAS to monitor versions 2012, 2014, and 2016 in addition to already supported 2017, 2019. The old management packs for SSRS and SSAS 2008-2016 – version-specific ones – are reaching the end of support with this release.

 

The management pack for SSRS also supports Power BI Report Server.

 

Please download at: 

Microsoft System Center Management Pack for SQL Server Analysis Services

Microsoft System Center Management Pack for SQL Server Reporting Services

 

SQL Server Analysis Services MP Changelog

What’s New

  • Added support for SQL Server Analysis Services 2012, 2014, and 2016 in addition to previously supported 2017 and up
  • Added Start/Stop Analysis Services Windows Service tasks
  • Implemented Database Status monitor 
  • Updated display strings

 

SQL Server Reporting Services MP Changelog

What’s New

  • Added support for monitoring SQL Server Reporting Services 2012, 2014, and 2016 in addition to 2017 and up
  • Added Start/Stop Reporting Services Windows Service tasks
  • Updated Event Log Collection Target Management Server Discovery to make it use default SCOM action profile instead of SQL MP Discovery run as profile
  • Updated display name of SSRS Deployment object to display AG name as part of it instead of GUID
  • Updated logic of installation detection for local Reporting Services instance to query Windows Registry instead of WMI
  • Improved error handling for cases when error “Process with an Id is not running” is returned
  • Updated display strings

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed false alerting with status code 400 in monitor Report Manager Accessible for SSRS 2016 and PBIRS
  • Fixed alert parameter replacement failure in monitor Report Manager Accessible
  • Fixed issue with accessing DBConnectionString property of PBIRS
  • Fixed NullReferenceException error when Report Server portal being configured to have several ports

 

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