You stop the Reporting Agent Windows service to stop collecting report data.
Install WebReports on the Reports Server, which is the computer where you install SQL Server.
For security reasons, consider using different computers for the Reports Server and the Enterprise Server. If you follow this recommendation, you install the Enterprise Server on one computer. Then, on a separate computer, you install both SQL Server and WebReports. This is a recommendation not a requirement.
During the WebReports installation, you are prompted to enter the URL of the Enterprise Server. You need to know the IP address of the Enterprise Server and the port number to complete this part of the installation. It is from the Enterprise Server that your report data are read and inserted into the Reports database. If you do install WebReports on the same computer where the Enterprise Server is installed, you need to choose a port other than the default port of 80 when you enter the URL for the Enterprise Server. Using a port other than 80 avoids a conflict with IIS, which uses port 80.
On the Reports Server computer, open the
Building Operation x.x WebReports Agent