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Microsoft Reporting Services -- user log ?

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I deployed over 500 Microsoft SQL Reporting Services reports in the last 4 years to
http://webserver/Reports/pages/folder.aspx?ItemPath=%2fReports&ViewMode=List

Lots of them probably no longer get used and am willing to upgrade
my "Microsoft SQL Reporting Service" to a newer version if needed.

How can I start a USER LOG to see who is really running these reports ?
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I think the logging you need is already there. See this article for the different types of logs:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms157403.aspx
Looks like the execution log is the one you are looking for:
The report server execution log contains data about specific reports, including when a report was run, who ran it, where it was delivered, and which rendering format was used.
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