Hybrid Azure AD Joined Devices Health Checker

HybridDevicesHealthCheck PowerShell script checks the health status of hybrid Azure AD joined devices.

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Why I am not getting the result
    2 Posts | Last post February 14, 2020
    • Can you please help me here when I run this script I am not getting any result. I used all the options but same result. 
      Device ID              : 
      Approximate Last Logon : 
      Hybrid Status          : Not Healthy
      Notes                  : Either the device name is incorrect or the device is not accessible.
      Recommended Action     : Verivy the following:
                               -The entered machine name is correct, and joined to the domain.
                               -'WinRM' service is running, you can run it using the command 'Start-Service -Name WinRM'
                               -The remote server is accisable on WinRm port number '5985'.
    • Hello,
      The script uses WinRM to connect to devices remotely, so you need to make sure that WinRM service is running and its port number 5985 is opened as inbound traffic on the remote/target machine even if you are running the script from the target machine.
  • I run this script on my GCC High tenant but not getting the reselt
    1 Posts | Last post January 31, 2020
    • Device ID              : 
      Approximate Last Logon : 
      Hybrid Status          : Not Healthy
      Notes                  : Either the device name is incorrect or the device is not accessible.
      Recommended Action     : Verivy the following:
                               -The entered machine name is correct, and joined to the domain.
                               -'WinRM' service is running, you can run it using the command 'Start-Service -Name WinRM'
                               -The remote server is accisable on WinRm port number '5985'.
  • -OU format
    2 Posts | Last post September 27, 2019
    • How do you specify a OU?
      
      I tried DN format; OU=Clients,DC=domain,DC=local with and without ""
      But every time: The entered OU/Container does not exist.
    • You just need to type the OU or Container name (not its DN). e.g. HybridDevicesHealthCheck -OU <OU/Container Name>