HealthCheck Toolkit

SCCM – SCCM HealthCheck

Hi All, I have been working on a new SCCM HealthCheck solution (that I’m calling “HealthCheck as a Service” or “HAAS”) for a while and now it’s almost ready for a release. Currently, it has over 300 rules (and I’m adding new rules quite often) and different from previous versions that i released, this is a service that I’ll be charging once it is in released state. While this version is not yet finished, I would like to offer you a free check (and we all love free stuff don’t we!?!?) So, how it will work: 1- download and execute the SCCM HealthCheck Tool to collect data from your SCCM environment (CollectData.ps1) 1.1- Depending on the size of the environment, the tool may take couple of hours to run 2- Send an e-mail to me (raphael AT perez DOT net DOT br) with the HealthCheck zip file created by the…

SCCM-HealthCheck toolkit – Beta Testers Wanted!!

Hi All, it has been a while, but for a good thing… We’ve been working hard with our new version of the HealthCheck toolkit (a Commercial version, based on a subscription) and we would like to have some beta testers.. 1- do you have time between 26th and 30th for a Skype for Business call? 2- Do you have an infrastructure with a single SCCM Primary site (with or without secondary sites)? Can be one or multiple computers, but cannot be connected to a CAS environment 3- Will you have some time between Christmas and new year for a remote session? 4- Will you provide feedback while the duration of the project? (from 26th/Dec/2017 until 31st/Jan/2018) if you have answers yes, let me know via e-mail RAPHAEL @ PEREZ.NET.BR I’ll need the following info: 1- Number of Primary Sites 2- Number of Secondary Sites 3- Site Codes (for the primary…

ConfigMgr HealthCheck toolkit – Beta 04

Hi All, after long, long time, we are happy to announce that the HealthCheck toolkit is once again available for download and we released a new version, beta 04 with some small fixes… What is the System Center Configuration Manager HealthCheck Toolkit? The System Center Configuration Manager HealthCheck Toolkit (CMHealthCheck) 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. You can download it for free from: http://www.rflsystems.co.uk/software/healthcheck-toolkit/ how to use it: 1- CollectData.ps1 (This script will collect information from a CM12/R2 Infrastructure). Open the powershell (64 bits) and run with an account that has admin rights on the cm boxes as it will connect remotely to registry, wmi, etc. CollectData.ps1 -smsprovider servername (ie. CollectData.ps1 -smsprovider srv0003) Once it collect data, it will create a CollectData.log under _Logs and will create a Date\servername folder (ie. 2013-12-05\srv0003)…

ConfiMgr 2012 R2 Health Check toolkit – Beta 02

Summary we started developing it back in 2012 (with 1st version released in April 2013) to check the health of a SCCM 2007 environment and in October 2013 (about 1 year ago), we released the 1st version for 2012 environment. This tools has been created to check for problem/misconfiguration in the environment and, when possible, will provide you with some solutions for problems. And today, we’re proud to announce a new version of our ConfiMgr 2012 R2 Health Check toolkit, our beta 02 version. This version contains a series of bug fixes, performance improvements as well as new functionality as we can summarize bellow: Fixed hierarchy connection added debug mode to record log queries fixed some queries issues, where queries where returning more data or not return any data at all fixed bug when collecting Roles Installed fixed bug when collecting service status added information about issues found added possible…