ConfigMgr Client Health

ConfigMgr Client Health 0.6.7 – Now with Console Extension

I’m happy to announce version 0.6.7 of ConfigMgr Client Health is released. This version contains minor bug fixes and a right click tool for the Configuration Manager console to remotely start the client health check on your devices.

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  • New feature: Right click tool console extension for Configuration Manager.
  • Added Windows Time Services in config.xml as service to enforce as automatic, this due to bug reports where Last Boot Time in WMI is not updating properly if service not running.
  • Fixed a bug where the reboot application would not start if running Windows 7 with PowerShell 2.0
  • No longer use hard coded path “C:\Windows\ccm” to perform checks on the configuration manager client. The path is now pulled from registry.
  • Lenovo models should now show the correct model name in logs and the database. All the code was present in version 0.6.6  for this to work, but the log object did not use it.


Right click tool console extension

This version comes with a console extension for Configuration Manager, and adds a right click tool on the devices to remotely start ConfigMgr Client Health on devices. It use PowerShell to remotely start the scheduled task that executes ConfigMgr Client Health.

Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is required to on the devices for this console extension to work.

ConfigMgr Client Health Right Click Tool

Install the right click tool

Use the PowerShell installer “Install.ps1” to install the right click tool console extension. The installer takes two arguments:

The path to where the console extension stores its assembly and scripts.

The name of the scheduled task that starts ConfigMgr Client Health on your computers.


Install.ps1 -Path "C:\Program Files\ConfigMgr Client Health Console Extension" -ScheduledTaskName "ConfigMgr Client Health"



Anders Rødland

Anders Rødland started his IT career in 2006. My main focus is MS Configuration Manager and client management, and I have passed 17 Microsoft certifications since then. My main expertise is on client management with Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Intune and Configuration Manager. I also do a lot of work on the security side with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. In addition to my Microsoft certification, I also have an ITIL v3 Foundation certification. This is my private blog and do not represent my employer. I use this to share information that I find useful. Sharing is caring.

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