I have been working in IT since 2001 for companies such as Computacenter and Getronics. I started out as a first line support analyst supporting heterogeneous networks but rapidly worked my way up the ranks expanding my knowledge as I went to include areas such as system builds, deployments, networking, and security to name a few.In 2008 I decided to concentrate on the monitoring and management of large enterprise networks using Microsoft's System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr) 2007 of which I have extensive knowledge. As testament to this the Windows Management User Group (WMUG), invited me to join their ranks as a Community Leader where I have been invaluable in helping to bolster the OpsMgr skills to the benefit of the group and it's members.I have now moved into an OpsMgr 2007 consultancy role to do what I like most - working with OpsMgr and sharing my knowledge and experiences with the community.
Ever wanted to get rid of that poor quality System Center Operations Manager 2007 banner from across the top of all the default reports?
It's really quite simple.....
As all the default SCOM reports use the same JPG image files as their header, all you need to do is update those files with your lovely company logo banner. So, open a web browser and navigate to SSRS (http:///Reports), this will open the reporting services home page. On this page will be banner_landscape.jpg and banner_portrait.jpg, these two files are the files used as the header on the reports so these are the files you need to change. Before doing this, make sure you have your replacement JPG file for both portrait and landscape reports and name them banner_landscape.jpg & banner_portrait.jpg - usually the landscape file is the same as the portraight but just a bit wider.
With everything ready, click Upload File on the reporting service home page, click Browse and navigate to one of your two new banner files, check the box to overwrite item if it exists and click OK.
That's it, you're done. Run a report and you'll have your nice banner heading the report :-).