Using Active Directory Health Profiler
Article provides information on use of AD Health Profiler. Article explains terms associated with the AD Health Profiler such as Target, Health Profile, Dynamic Packs, etc. There are two types of Health Profiles can be created in AD Health Profiler.
We recommend that you read this article to help you understand terms associated with AD Health Profiler.
Registering Targets with AD Health Profiler
Article explains how to register a Target with AD Health Profiler before you can perform a Health or Configuration check. AD Health Profiler supports registering six targets; Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft Azure and Office 365 Subscriptions.
This is the second article that we recommend you reading and before you perform Health or Configuration Check.
Perform Configuration Check of a Target
Article explains how you can perform configuration check of a Target. AD Health Profiler can report on configuration changes of a Target managed by the Health Profile. You can create Health Set for each Dynamic Pack, which, in turn, allows you to maintain Systems's Health.
Perform Health Check of a Target
Article explains how you can perform a complete Health Check of a Target managed by the Health Profile using Dynamic Packs that come with the AD Health Profiler. You can execute individual or all Dynamic Packs and then generate a report in HTML format...