ConfigMgr Client Health 0.8.2 Released

ConfigMgr Client Health

A new version of ConfigMgr Client Health is finally released, and this version includes several improvements to the script.

I want to thank Apila22, Cody Mathis, Lauri Kurvinen and theaquamarine for contributing to this new version.

Changes in version 0.8.2

  • Fixed a bug where logging directly to SQL database would not work.
  • Fixed an issue with BITS test.
  • Fixed a bug where service uptime test didn’t work properly.
  • ClientCacheSize check no longer need to restart CM Agent when changing the cache size.
  • ClientCacheSize max limit 99999.
  • Fixes errors where configuration baselines fails because script is not signed even when bypass is set as execution policy in client settings.
  • Script will now stop services that are in a degraded state.
  • Improved code to detect last installed patched.
    Updated database to allow null for LastLoggedOnUser.
  • Check client version is now run at end of script in case client was upgraded by script.
  • Script will no longer run if it detects a task sequence already running on the computer.
  • Script will not restart services if another installation is running.
  • Hostname is now read from environmental variable and not WMI.
  • Multiple bugfixes.
  • Add Windows Server 2019 support.
  • Improved WMI test and fix.
  • Will only log to webservice if parameter is specificed.
  • Improved the error message when script fails to update SQL.
  • Logfiles are now compatible with CMTrace.

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Documentation: 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 currently hold active 15 Microsoft certifications. Certified on Windows Server, Windows Client, SQL, Exchange and System Center Configuration Manager. Anders Rødland 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.