VMware vSphere Health Check


Every VMware administer should have this beautiful tool – VMware vSphere Health Check!!

To set it up, you need to:

1) Install vSphere PowerCLI and PowerGUI, and download the Health Check PowerPack file.

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2) Run PowerGUI Admin Console and import the Health Check PowerPack file.

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3) Add the target vCenter address then click connect.

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4) Expand the list in the left pane and choose the checks to run. In my example, I am checking the Time Synchronization settings. And the report can be exported as CSV, XML or HTML.

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