Forcing a ConfigMgr Client to Send a New CCMEval Report

In order to maintain a healthy ConfigMgr environment, it is important to know that your clients have successfully run the Configuration Manager Health Evaluation task and reported the results to the Site server.  Sometimes you will find a number of systems that have not reported any health status to the Site server.  In the Devices … Continue reading Forcing a ConfigMgr Client to Send a New CCMEval Report

Reading CCMEval Results Directly from a ConfigMgr Client with PowerShell

Since Configuration Manager 2012, a scheduled task is created by the client installer that runs "CCMEval.exe" periodically to check that the client is healthy and all the components it depends on are functioning as they should be. A number of checks are performed and if anything is found amiss, the default setting is to attempt … Continue reading Reading CCMEval Results Directly from a ConfigMgr Client with PowerShell

Client Health: Find all CCMEval Failed or Unknown

Keeping your ConfigMgr clients healthy is an important task for an SCCM administrator. Here's a SQL query that will find all devices in ConfigMgr that have been active in the last 7 days, but have either failed their CCMEval or have "unknown" status, ie no CCMEval results. I like to add SQL queries to PowerShell functions … Continue reading Client Health: Find all CCMEval Failed or Unknown