|Product:||Internet Security and Acceleration Server|
|Source:||DNS Intrusion Detection Filter|
|Component:||ISA Server Services|
|Message:||The report, “%1”, could not be published. Use the source location %2 to report the failure.|
|When publishing a report, the ISA Server computer creates a folder with the report files in the published reports directory on the specified server. If ISA Server does not have the necessary permissions to write to the specified server, report publishing will fail. If no user account is defined, ISA Server uses the computer account that ISA Server is running on to write the files.
This failure may occur for one of the following reasons:
The ISA Server computer account does not have the necessary permissions to write to the specified server.The credentials specified in the report configuration are invalid.The specified folder may not exist.The report configuration is invalid.The data in the Configuration Storage server is corrupted.There is not enough memory available on the ISA Server computer for the ISA Server Report Generator.
|Verify that the ISA Server computer account has write permissions to the published reports directory on the specified server. Alternatively, you can configure ISA Server to use a different account which has the required
permissions.Check the validity of the folder, user name and password specified in the report configuration. Check that the password wasn???t changed.Review other alerts to determine the cause of the problem.Try to restore the most recent configuration backup. This will solve storage corruption issues.Close other programs that are running. Use the Task Manager to check programs and processes that are using large amounts of system resources.