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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

Active Directory Health Check

Using the Health Check landing page

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health Check.
Most Recently Completed Reports lists reports initiated within the last 24 hours.
Running Health Checks lists reports that are in process.
Waiting Health Checks lists reports that are scheduled but have not started.

Creating a Health Check

A Health Check is a customizable report on forests, domains, sites, and domain controllers. You can choose to take a snapshot of a moment in time or capture a trend over a specified period of time. There are many different tests from which you can choose. See Health check tests. There are also settings to help you customize the Health Check tests. See Setting options for Health Check tests.

Since you cannot rerun a Health Check, you have the option to save the Active Directory® objects, tests, and test settings you choose as a template. When you create a new Health Check, you can choose to use that template to populate the wizard. The only changes that are not saved are those on the Health Check Options page. You can make changes to the settings and save those as a new template or update the selected template.

Use Clear All or Select All to help make selections.
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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health Check.
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Click New Heath Check.
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Click Next.
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Configure the Operator and Threshold for the selected tests.
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Click Next.
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Click Next.
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Configure the Operator and Threshold for the selected tests.
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Click Next.
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Click Next.
There are three tabs of domain controller tests: General, Performance Counters, and Windows Services. See Domain controller tests.
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Configure the Operator and Threshold for the selected tests.
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Click Next.
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Configure the Operator and Threshold for the selected tests.
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Click Next.
Trending collects data points for each selected test over the number of specified hours.
Snapshot collects a single data point for each selected test.
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Click Next.
The only settings that are not saved are those on the Health Check Options page. You must make those selections again.
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Click Next.
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Click Finish.
By default, only the last 1000 entries display in the lists of log and error entries. If you want to see all the entries, click View All. To sort the list, click in the column heading. Once the report is completed, the complete list of log entries and errors display in the report.

Show/Hide Log

Show or hide entries to the log.

Show/Hide Errors

Show or hide errors.

Stop Now

Stop the test and present the results collected before the stop was initiated. The status of the test indicates Stopped.

Cancel

Cancel the test. No results are presented. The status of the test indicated Canceled.

Report header

Displays a summary of the report.

Report Settings

Displays the settings selected for the report.

Report Errors

Displays errors that occurred while the report was running.

Report Logs

Displays the tasks that were written to the log file, which is located at C:\Program Files\Quest\Active Administrator\Server\LOGGING\WebLogs.

Failed Tests

Forest

Domains

Sites

Domain Controllers

Test results are displayed on tabs that sort the results. You can view a list of failed tests, a list of tests for the forest, for each domain, for each site, and for each domain controller.

On each tab, you can click the data collector to view details.

To view the complete entry in the Details column, click the link, if available.

Report link

Copy the URL of the report to paste into a document or email.

Print

Print the report.

Expand all

Expand all the sections in the report. You also can click a header to expand a specific section.

Collapse all

Collapse all the sections in the report.

Back to Health Check

Return to the Active Directory Health Check main page.

The report displays below the Most Recently Completed Reports heading for 24 hours. The Health Check displays below the Active Directory Health Check Report History heading until you delete it.

Setting options for Health Check tests

On the Active Directory Health Check landing page (see Using the Health Check landing page), each test has a grade to indicate the level of success. You can customize the grading scale to fit your specifications. You also can turn off FSMO role validation for those tests that check FSMO roles and delete heath check templates.

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Select Monitor | Active Directory Health Check.
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Click Health Check Settings.
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To delete selected Health Check templates, click Delete Selected, and then click Yes.
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Click Save.
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