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SQL Server Support Highlights Release of File Reporter 2.0.2

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February 19, 2014 4:45 pm

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I’m excited to announce the release today of Novell File Reporter 2.0.2 which you can download here.

Some of the more notable new features in this version include:

Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012

Supported databases now include both PostgreSQL (which continues to be shipped with Novell File Reporter) and Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

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For procedures on properly configuring a new SQL Server 2012 instance that is compatible with Novell File Reporter, refer to Chapter 5 of the Novell File Reporter 2.0.2 Installation Guide.

Note: If your plans for upgrading to Novell File Reporter 2.0.2 include switching from the PostgreSQL database to a Microsoft SQL Server database, there is currently no migration utility available for migrating the database content.

Configuration Dashboard

A new configuration dashboard is the means of managing the product licensing and sequentially configuring and administering the database, NFR Engine, and Web Application.

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Reporting on Administrative Shares

Novell File Reporter can now report on administrative and shares in Windows file systems.

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Support for Microsoft Server 2012 R2

Novell File Reporter 2.0.2 fully supports Microsoft Server 2012 R2.

Performance Enhancements and Bug Fixes

We have sped up processing and have addressed quite a few bugs. For a complete list, refer to the Novell File Reporter 2.0.2 Release Notes available here.

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