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Reporting Job on ISA Server does not produce output

Posted on 2004-10-07
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Our ISA Serer just suddenly stopped to output reports.  Scheduling of the report seems to be successful (from the report jobs). Report status is "Running" it seems that the process is continuosly running and does not end to produce output. No other critical logs are available. Please help if anybody has experienced a similar problem.


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I ran into this problem awhile back. I was using isa 2000. Even after a refresh the report was hanging at running. to fix the problem i recreated the service account user name and password to the following format domain\username. then i reinstalled SP2 for ISA 2000 and restarted the server. Im not sure which one fixed it but the reports are working now. If this does not work..what does your event logs say?
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What do u meain by recreating the service account user name. Sorry but I am rather new with ISA and WIN 2K
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In ISA Management, go to monitoring configuration. right click the report you created and go to credentials. put in domain\administrator where domain is your domain. and the password for the admin acount.
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