ConfigMgr Client Health 0.6.8 Released

ConfigMgr Client Health

New version of ConfigMgr Client Health (0.6.8). Changes include better testing on SCCM agent, bug fixes in the script and the right click tool to start the health check remotely.

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Full documentation: https://www.andersrodland.com/configmgr-client-health/

Changes

  • Implemented a test and fix for: “MSI: Could not access network location %APPDATA%\” while installing the SCCM agent. The script will now check if this registry key is set correctly before installing the agent. Reference: https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/could-not-access-network-location-appdata-ccmsetup-log/
  • OSBuild will now display the full operating system build number. Example: “15063.0.amd64fre.rs2_release.170317-1834”.
  • Fixed a bug where MaxLogSize would throw an error if containing decimals.
  • Fixed a bug in OSUpdates where Day and Month in some scenarios would be reversed.
  • Fixed another bug that could prevent the reboot application from starting on Windows 7.
  • Fixed a bug in the right click tool console extension where a parsing error would show.
  • Added the -MaxThreads parameter when installing the right click tool console extension. This configures the maximum amount of  simultaneous threads when running against a collection of devices. Default value is 20.

Note: This version requires a database upgrade. Copy / paste the content of “CreateDatabase.sql” into a new query in SQL Management Studio and execute to upgrade the database.

About the Author

Anders Rodland
Anders Rødland started his carrer as an IT consultant in 2006 and now works as a Senior IT-Specialist and Service Owner for Atea, one of the major IT companies in Scandinavia. My main focus is on Microsoft System Center, and I currently have more than 13 Microsoft certifications. Certified on Windows Server, Windows Client, SQL, Exchange and System Center Configuration Manager. Anders Rodland also holds an ITIL 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.