ConfigMgr Client Health

ConfigMgr Client Health 0.7.5 Released

Today I released version 0.7.5 of ConfigMgr Client Health.This version adds two more tests, as well as an important bug fix. I recommend everyone using older versions to upgrade to this version.

Changes in version 0.7.5

  • Added test to verify the service “SMSTSMgr” is dependent on CCMExec service.
  • Added a function to refresh clients compliance state every XX days. This is configurable in config.xml
  • Added uptime as a configurable parameter on services in config.xml. Script will restart the service if running longer than uptime. Leave this non-configured to allow for unlimited runtime.
  • Script will now write a timestamp to registry when executed to tattoo last run time.
  • Added more tests before executing remove-item function to prevent the script from deleting files that should not be deleted.
  • Changed DNS test to only lookup DNS servers from active network adapters.
  • Fixed a bug in Remove-CCMOrphanedCache function that potentially could be harmful.
  • Removed support for PowerShell version 2 and 3. I will no longer test this script against these PowerShell versions
  • Fixed a few minor bugs.

Big thanks to Bryan Dam who contributed on several of these changes.

Download ConfigMgr Client Health 0.7.5

Full documentation available here: https://www.andersrodland.com/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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