Lync Server 2010 reporting using Quest MessageStats (Part 1)

This is part 1 of a multi-part blog series looking at Lync Server 2010 reporting using Quest MessageStats

Disclaimer: I do not work for Quest Software, nor do I recommend using Quest MessageStats to report against Microsoft Lync Server 2010

At the time of writing (November 2011), the latest version of Quest MessageStats was version 6.10 and the latest version of the OCS/Lync Report Pack was Version v4.0.

Quest MessageStats 6.10 with OCS/Lync Report Pack v4.0 includes the following reports for OCS/Lync:

Organizational Summaries

  • User Activity
  • Server Activity
  • Server Uptime
  • Chargeback by Department
  • Chargeback by User
  • Top Usage by User

Configuration

  • Server Inventory
  • OCS/Lync Enabled Users

Instant Messages

  • Instant Message Usage
  • Top Internet Domain
  • Top Internal Senders and Receivers by Message
  • Top External Senders and Receivers by Message
  • Chargeback by Department
  • Chargeback by User

File Transfers

  • File Transfer Usage
  • Top Internal Users by File Transfers
  • Top External Users by File Transfers
  • Chargeback by Department
  • Chargeback by User

Enterprise Voice

  • Enterprise Voice Usage
  • Call Routing
  • Calls by Office
  • Calls by Department
  • Calls by Destination
  • Calls by Gateway
  • Calls by Location Profile
  • Top Calls by User
  • Chargeback by Department
  • Chargeback by User
  • Outgoing Calls
  • Incoming Calls

Conferences

  • Communicator Audio/Video Conferencing Usage
  • Live Meeting Usage
  • All Conferences
  • Chargeback by Department
  • Chargeback by Organizer

Peer-to-Peer

  • Peer-to-Peer Session Details
  • Chargeback by Department
  • Chargeback by Initiator

Peer-to-Peer Audio Calls

  • Peer-to-Peer Audio Call Usage
  • Top Internal Users by Incoming Audio Calls
  • Top Internal Users by Outgoing Audio Calls
  • Top Federated Participants by Audio Calls

Peer-to-Peer Video Calls

  • Peer-to-Peer Video Call Usage
  • Top Internal Users by Incoming Video Calls
  • Top Internal Users by Outgoing Video Calls
  • Top Federated Participants by Video Calls

Peer-to-Peer Desktop Sharing Sessions

  • Peer-to-Peer Desktop Sharing Sessions Usage
  • Top Internal Users by Incoming Desktop Sharing Sessions
  • Top Internal Users by Outgoing Desktop Sharing Sessions
  • Top Federated Participants by Desktop Sharing Sessions

See you soon for Part 2 of the multi-part blog series looking at Lync Server 2010 reporting using Quest MessageStats

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