Chat now with support
지원 담당자와 채팅

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

Analyzing the health of a forest

2
Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
3
Open the Analyzer tab.
4
Select the forest from the Monitored Object list.
The Forest window has a summary area and two tabs: Monitored Domains tab and Forest Alerts tab. The number on the tab indicates the number of items on each tab.

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

Forest

Name of the forest

Domains

Number of domains.

Domain controllers

Number of domain controllers.

Sites

Number of sites.

Empty sites

Number of empty sites.

GC servers

Number of global catalog (GC) servers.

RODC servers

Number of read-only domain controllers (RODCs).

Application partitions

Number of application partitions.

Bridgehead servers

Number of bridgehead servers.

Functional level

Functional level of the site.

Domain naming master

Name of the domain controller with the domain naming master role.

Schema master

Name of the domain controller with the schema master role.

Operations master consistent

Indicates if all the domain controllers report the same operation masters.

Schema 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.

The Monitored Domains tab lists all the monitored domains and indicates the number of critical alerts and warnings for each domain. A vertical bar next to each domain indicates its status. A red bar indicates the domain has alerts.

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

The Forest Alerts tab lists the active alerts for the forest. 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

Viewing alerts

Directory Analyzer alerts have two levels of severity: warning and critical. As a situation escalates, a warning alert is generated, indicating that a lower priority threshold has been violated. As the severity of the error increases, a critical alert is generated, indicating that the higher priority threshold has been exceeded. A number of attributes can be customized for each of these levels, including the threshold value, duration before an alert occurs and duration before an alert clears. See the Active Directory Health chapter in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

You can view alerts in two formats: grid view or table view. Grid view provides several details in a quick view. Table view lets you see several alerts at a time and you can select to view the details of a selected alert. Alerts update every minute, but you can manually refresh the display.

Current alerts display in grid view by default. Critical alerts are indicated in red and appear at the top of the list. Warning alerts are indicated in yellow and appear after the critical alerts. As alerts are cleared, they disappear from the list. You can view the cleared alert on the Alert History tab. See Viewing alert history.

For alerts you want to monitor more closely, you can pin them to the top of the list. You also can see which alerts are causing the most issues in the Linked Alerts area.

2
Select Monitor | Active Directory Health.
3
Open the Active Alerts tab.
To filter the list of alerts, start typing in the Filter alerts box. The list of alerts changes as you type.

If there are alerts you want to pull to the top of the list to monitor more closely, you can add them to the Pinned Alerts area. If the alert clears, it will disappear from the list.

The alert moves to the Pinned Alerts area and remains there until you click the X in the alert heading. If you switch to table view, the pinned alerts remain in grid view.

The area on the left of the display show a summary of the alerts to help you determine which alerts are causing the most issues. You can collapse or expand the list to fit your needs. To quickly see details on the alert, start typing the alert name in the Filter alerts box.

The Linked Alerts to Active Directory Objects list displays a summary of the alerts for each of the types of Active Directory® objects. The number next to the alert indicates the number of occurrences of the alert for all objects. The percentage indicates the percentage of the total number of alerts for all objects.
The Linked Domain Controllers to Alerts, Linked Domains to Alerts, Linked Forests to Alerts, and Linked Sites to Alerts display each Active Directory object with the alerts. The number next to the object indicates the number of alerts for that object. The percentage indicates the percentage of the total number of alerts for the object.

Viewing alert details

In grid view, a lot of details are visible at a glance, but if you prefer to work in table view, you can still see these details quickly.

The General tab displays much of the same information that you see in grid view. The list of Observed Values shows the number of times the alert was triggered.
The Details tab provides more information to help you troubleshoot the problem.
The Notifications tab displays the notifications sent for the alert.
관련 문서