[Requires Enterprise Edition]
Server window allows you to control
a web server used to show dynamic HTML reports.
reports require the .NET Framework 4 which can be downloaded for free.
If you use Windows
8 or Windows Server 2012, you may need to enable ASP.NET in Windows
settings according to the instructions.
You can specify
user name and password in report URL to avoid entering them
manually. Examples: http://127.0.0.1:9991/Login.aspx?username=user&password=pwd,
It is possible
to use either the built-in server or IIS to host the
built-in web server works as a system service. You can set the IP
address and port of the web server.
can assign a domain name to the server IP address using an external
DNS server to access the reports by domain.
IIS Web Server
can use the IIS web server instead of the built-in one to host the
dynamic HTML reports. IIS has more capabilities than the built-in
server, e.g. it supports HTTPS.
need to set up a site for reports in IIS manually according to the
instructions and then enter
site URL in this dialog.
Examples: http://127.0.0.1:80/, https://reports.domain.com/
Users and Profiles
can manage users that can view profiles and specify which profiles
should be published on the web server.
Profiles are published on the web server during
analysis if they contain the "web server" report destination. The
report destination can be added either manually by editing the
profile properties, or
by marking profile for publishing in the web server
names and passwords may contain Latin letters, digits, . (dot), -
(minus sign) and _ (underscore) characters. User names are case
insensitive while passwords are case sensitive.
can also change additional web server settings in the program options.