Source: ConfiMgr 2012 R2 Health Check toolkit – Beta 03

What is the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager HealthCheck Toolkit?

The System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager HealthCheck Toolkit (CM12R2HealthCheck) has been created to check for problem and/or misconfiguration in the SCCM environment and, when possible, will provide you with some solutions for problems.

This version contains a series of bug fixes, performance improvements as well as new functionality.

Running the tool
The tool contain 2 PowerShell script files and 2 xml files (settings files).

cm12R2healthcheck.xml – has information about queries to run in the environment, it is divided in 6 sections
– section 1 is to report/collect information about each site.
– section 2 is to report/collect information about each server in the environment
– section 3 is to report/collect information about each database server
– section 4 is to report/collect Database analysis against whole SCCM infrastructure, query will run only against top SQL Server
– section 5 is to report/collect summary and detailed information about the SCCM environment.
– section 6 is to report/collect troubleshooting information
CollectData.ps1 – collect data from the environment and write the return in a xml format
ExportData.ps1 – export the collected data for a word format
xml – has information about messages to write as well as possible solutions

When running the script, you need to specify some parameters, however, if you don’t specify the parameters it will ask you for the required information or use the default settings. The following list shows what parameters can be used on each script:
– CollectData.ps1
—- Smsprovider – SMS Provider address (can be IP, Netbios name or FQDN name).
—- NumberofDays – how far back the tool will check for problems. Default is 7 days
—- Healthcheckfilename – name of the query xml file – default is cm12r2healthcheck.xml
—- Healthcheckdebug – print log messages on the screen – default true
– ExportData.ps1
—- Reportfolder – full path for the collected folder
—- detailed – report will export section 5. Default true
—- Healthcheckfilename – name of the query xml file – default is cm12r2healthcheck.xml
—- Healthcheckdebug – print log messages on the screen – default true

download can be found at https://www.rflsystems.co.uk/sccm-2012-r2-healthcheck-toolkit/

 

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