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Active Administrator 8.3 - Web Console User Guide

Active Administrator Web Console Overview Active Directory Health Alerts Notifications Active Directory Health Check
Using the Health Check landing page Creating a Health Check Setting options for Health Check tests Health check tests
Forest tests Domain tests Domain controller tests Site tests
Active Directory Topology Reports Network Operations Center

Using the Active Directory Health landing page

Once you have installed at least one Directory Analyzer agent, the Active Directory Health landing page displays summary information for forests, domains, sites, domain controllers, and alerts. Tiles display summary information for each domain that is configured in Active Administrator®.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Summary tab, if necessary.

The Summary area displays a summary of the forests, domains, sites, and domain controllers.

Table 1. Summary area

Forest

Number of forests being monitored.

Domains

Number of domains in the forest, including domains not being monitored.

Domain controllers

Number of domain controllers in the forest, including domain controllers not being monitored.

Agents

Number of installed agents.

Monitored DCs

Number of monitored domain controllers.

Global catalog servers

Number of global catalog servers in all domains.

RODCs

Number of read-only domain controllers (RODCs) in all domains.

Sites

Number of sites in all forests.

Bridgehead servers

Number of bridgehead servers in all sites.

Unmonitored DCs

Number of unmonitored domain controllers.

All agents running

All schema versions consistent

All schema masters consistent

All naming masters consistent

All PDC masters consistent

All infrastructure masters consistent

All RID masters consistent

All functional levels consistent

Indicates the status of the object in all forests and domains. If one object has a problem, the status becomes No.

The Alerts Summary area indicates the total number of critical and warning alerts for the forest. The chart shows alert history over the past 12 hours. If you pause the cursor over the graph, you can view the number of critical, and warning alerts that were triggered or created during the hour, and the number of active alerts that occurred during the hour.

The Summary of Domains area displays details for each domain being monitored by Active Administrator. The tile for each domain indicates the total number of critical and warning alerts; the total number of domain controllers, global catalog servers, and read-only domain controllers; and the functional level of the domain.

Domain controllers

Number of domain controllers in the forest, including domain controllers not being monitored.

Global catalog servers

Number of monitored global catalog servers in all domains.

RODCs

Number of monitored read-only domain controllers (RODCs) in all domains.

Functional level

The Active Directory® domain functional level.

Analyzing health of a domain controller

You can view information on all monitored domain controllers or a selected monitored domain controller.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Analyzer tab.

If there is no data because the domain controller is not being monitored, you need to install the agent. See Installing Directory Analyzer agents in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

Data collectors provide the input to the various tabs. Some data collectors can be enabled or disabled. See Managing data collectors in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

If you do not see the corresponding data, make sure the data collector is enabled and the necessary permissions are set. To check the required minimum permissions, see the Alerts Appendix in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

The remaining data collectors used to provide information to the tabs are not available for management and are provided to Active Administrator through Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).

The Domain Controller window has a summary area and seven tabs: Performance Overview tab, Services tab, Server tab, Active Directory tab, Domain Controller Alerts tab, Installed Applications tab, and Updates tab. The number on the tab indicates the number of items on each tab.

The Domain Controller summary area displays the name of the domain controller, the number of active alerts for the domain controller, and general information about the domain controller.

Domain

Name of the domain in which the domain controller resides

Site

Name of the site in which the domain controller resides

Forest

Name of the forest in which the domain resides

OS version

Version of the operating system

System up time

Duration of time the domain controller has been running

Read only DC

Indicates if the domain controller is a read-only domain controller (RODC)

Global catalog

Indicates if the domain controller is a global catalog server

Monitored by

Name of the computer on which the agent is installed that is monitoring the selected domain controller.

Last updated

Date and time the domain controller was last updated

The Performance Overview tab displays the data collected in the indicated time frame for the selected monitored domain controller via the enabled Performance Counters data collectors.

The Services tab displays the status of Windows® services via the enabled Windows Services data collectors. If a service is running, but has stopped at a point in time, that stoppage is indicated with red.

Displays information about the logical disks on the domain controller and the network adapter via the following General data collectors:

Displays Active Directory® database and SYSVOL disk usage and LDAP response time via the following data collectors:

The number on the tab indicates the number of current alerts on the domain controller. The Domain Controller Alerts tab displays the current alerts for the domain controller. A count of the current alerts, critical and warnings, displays. For each active alert, the severity, alert name, time the alert triggered, the object name, and the description display.

Alerts are enabled by default and correspond to data controllers. Both alerts and data collectors can be enabled and disabled. See Setting alerts and Setting data collectors in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

The Installed Applications tab has three tabs with numbers that indicate the number of installed, added, or removed applications on the selected monitored domain controller.

Displays installed updates on the selected monitored domain controller. Updates installed or removed in the last 24 hours are listed in a separate pane.

Analyzing health of a domain

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Analyzer tab.
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Select the domain from the Monitored Object list.

The Domain summary area displays the name of the domain, the number of active alerts for the domain, and general information about the domain.

Domain

Name of the selected domain.

Domain controllers

Number of domain controllers.

GC servers

Number of global catalog (GC) servers

RODC servers

Number of read-only domain controllers (RODCs)

Functional level

Functional level of the forest, domain, or site

PDC owner

Owner of the primary domain controller (PDC) Flexible Single Master Operation (FSMO) role

RID master

Owner of the relative identifier (RID) FSMO role

Infrastructure master

Owner of the infrastructure FSMO role

Operations master consistent

Indicates if all the domain controllers report the same operation masters

Functional level consistent

Indicates if all the domain controllers report the same functional level

Lists all the domain controllers in the selected domain, the domain and site in which the domain controller resides, and the number of alerts for each domain controller.

To filter the list of domain controllers, type in the Filter domain controllers box. The list filters as you type.

The number on the tab indicates the number of replication. The Replication Latency tab lists the replication latency times for a domain controller and its replication partners.

To filter the list, type in the Filter domain controllers box. The list filters as you type.

The number on the tab indicates the number of GC replications. The GC Replication Latency tab lists the replication latency times for the domain controllers and servers hosting the global catalog.

To filter the list, type in the Filter domain controllers box. The list filters as you type.

The number on the tab indicates the number of current alerts on the domain. The Domain Alerts tab displays the current alerts for the domain. A count of the current alerts, critical and warnings, displays. For each active alert, the severity, alert name, time the alert triggered, the object name, and the description display.

Analyzing health of a site

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
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Open the Analyzer tab.
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Select the site from the Monitored Object list.
The Site window has a summary area and three tabs: Servers tab, Site Links tab, and Site Alerts tab. The number on the tab indicates the number of items on each tab.

The Site summary area displays the name of the site, the number of active alerts for the site, and general information about the site.

Group caching enabled

Indicates if group caching is enabled or disabled.

Intersite topology generation

Indicates if intersite topology generation is enabled or disabled.

Intrasite topology generation

Indicates if intrasite topology generation is enabled or disabled.

Intersite topology generator

Name of the intersite topology generator.

The number on the tab indicates the total number of managed servers in the site. The Servers tab lists the monitored domain controllers in the selected site and indicates if the domain controller is:

You can filter the list of domain controllers and sort the list.

To filter the list, type in the Filter servers box. The list filters as you type.

The number on the tab indicates the total number of links in the site. The Site Links tab lists the site link name, the site to which the selected site is linked, the relative cost of using the link, as defined by the administrator.

The Schedule column indicates how the inter-site link is connected.

Always indicates the link is connected all of the time as a schedule is not assigned.
Scheduled indicates the link is connected occasionally on a schedule.
Disabled indicates the link is never connected. A schedule is assigned to the connection, but there is no scheduled time when the link is connected.

You can filter the list of domain controllers and sort the list.

To filter the list, type in the Filter domain controllers box. The list filters as you type.

The number on the tab indicates the number of current alerts on the site. The Site Alerts tab displays the current alerts for the site. A count of the current alerts, critical and warnings, displays. For each active alert, the severity, alert name, time the alert triggered, the object name, and the description display.

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