Microsoft Active Directory Health Profiler is a powerful application that allows you to assess and maintain health for various services. Some of them are Microsoft SQL Server, Active Directory, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Hyper-V Server.
This application was designed to simplify server administrators’ maintenance processes by providing them with a wide variety of health profiles that they can select and execute.
It is possible that users can access 20 preset Health Packs that allow them to create health assessments for various Active Directory components. For instance, they can assess health for domain controllers, sites or domains.
Additionally, administrators can rely on the Health Pack Manager tool to generate new Health Packs. Alternatively, they can request the content they need by accessing the corresponding section from the main window.
More so, it is possible for them to create Health Sets. The application is capable of comparing the data from a Health Set with the information within a Health Pack.
Aside from health assessment functions, Dynamic Active Directory Health Profiler allows users to generate detailed reports in both HTML and CSV formats, for future reference. To further simplify their work, they can generate tree views of their data in order to simplify navigation between certain elements.
Server administrators can generate credentials from the dedicated section, as this program features support for executing profiles under different credentials. After creating the desired entry, it is possible that users can select a preferred set of credentials before executing a Health Pack or a Health Profile.
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Active Directory Health Profiler v6.0.7 is a tool that enables you to execute a wide variety of server health checks for Active Directory, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Hyper-V Server and Microsoft Azure. Furthermore, it is also capable of assessing domains, sites or domains.
This application allows you to generate detailed reports that contain information about the health of your Active Directory servers. Additionally, it can also save it in HTML and CSV formats for future reference.
This program allows you to create and execute a wide variety of Health Packs.
In order to do that, you can create profiles for most of the Active Directory components.
To begin, Dynamic Active Directory Health Profiler requires you to select the Health Pack.
If you wish to modify the list of Health Packs, users can access the section that is dedicated to Health Packs.
This application includes an option that allows you to access the Health Pack Manager.
This option can be accessed from the Main Window or from the Health Packs tab.
In the Manager, you will be able to create new Health Packs and add them to the application.
Additionally, you can import the Health Packs from the Local Files tab.
If you wish to execute the selected Health Pack, users can access the section that is dedicated to that purpose.
If you wish to modify the Health Pack settings, you can access the Health Pack Information section.
A Health Pack can have various settings that you can modify.
You can assign Health Packs to different credentials, so that they can be executed under a set of different user accounts.
To begin, a Health Pack can have multiple users assigned.
Users can access the Health Pack Settings or generate a list of all users that have been assigned to that Health Pack.
Furthermore, users can access Health Pack Information, where they will be able to see the Health Pack settings.
After you have saved a Health Set, you can access it in the Health Packs section.
This section enables you to compare the information contained within a Health Pack and the Health Set.
Additionally, users can export the Health Sets in HTML and CSV formats.
Important: Health Packs and Health Sets that are assigned to a group cannot be exported.
Additionally, it is possible that administrators can generate credentials that will be used for executing health checks on the components that are displayed in the main window.
Users can access the section that is dedicated to this purpose.
After you have selected the desired options, you can access the section that is dedicated to the selected Health Pack.
In order to execute the selected Health Pack, users can access the Health Pack.
If you wish to modify the settings for a selected Health Pack, you can access the Health Pack Information section.
In this section, you will be able to access the Health Pack Settings, where you will be able to see all of the possible Health Pack settings.
Mac OS X 10.9 or later
Windows 7 SP1 or later
Windows 7 minimum
Windows 10 maximum
Tested on Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.5GHz
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