By default, Netwrix Auditor reports look as follows:
Report branding is customized on Netwrix Auditor Server side that means that all clients connected to this server will have the same look and feel for reports.
To customize branding
- On the computer where Netwrix Auditor Server resides, navigate to С:\Program Data\Netwrix Auditor\Rebranding.
- Right-click the Rebranding.ps1 script and select Edit. Windows PowerShell ISE will start.
Review the script and provide parameters.
Parameter Description UseIntegratedSecurity Defines whether to use Windows Authentication when connecting to SQL Server instance. Enabled by default. UserName Defines a username used to connect to SQL Server instance in case of SQL Server Authentication. Leave blank if you use Windows Authentication. Password Defines a password used to connect to SQL Server instance in case of SQL Server Authentication. Leave blank if you use Windows Authentication. SQLServerInstance Defines a SQL Server instance where your Audit Database resides. By default, local unnamed instance is selected. DBName By default, the database responsible for Netwrix Auditor look and feel is Netwrix_CommonDB. If you renamed this database, provide a new name. HeaderImageFullPath Defines a full path to the png image with the new report header (product logo). Supported size: 21x21px (WxH). FooterImageFullPath Defines a full path to the png image with the new report footer (logo). Supported size: 105x22px (WxH). HeaderText Defines text in the report header. Max length: 21 characters. FooterURL Defines URL that opens on clicking the report logo in the footer.
- Click (Run Script). The user who runs the script is granted the db_owner role on the Netwrix_CommonDB database.
After running the script, start the Netwrix Auditor client and generate a report. The branding will be updated.
To restore original look and feel
- On the computer where Netwrix Auditor Server resides, navigate to the script location.
- Right-click a script and select Edit. Windows PowerShell ISE will start.
- Run the script as it is. The user who runs the script must be granted the db_owner role on the Common_DB database in a local unnamed SQL Server configured as default for Netwrix Auditor.