Server monitoring reports

Exchange Reporter Plus offers the following reports under server monitoring:

  1. Service Health: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-ServiceHealth to test and gather information about the server health.
  2. Assistant Health: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-AssistantHealth to test and gather information about assistant health.
  3. Mailbox Replication Health: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-MRSHealth to test and gather information about the mailbox replication process.
  4. Mailflow Health: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-Mailflow to verify mail delivery.
  5. CPU Utilization: Gives information about the usage of CPU in your Exchange organization, including details about the server name, CPU utilization rate (as a percentage), and the number of processes, threads, and handles.
  6. Memory Utilization: Provides complete statistics about memory usage in your organization, including fields like the server name, percentage of memory utilized, and available memory.
  7. ECP Connectivity: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-EcpConnectivity (for Exchange Server 2010) or Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'ecp' (for Exchange Server 2013 and above) to test and report on ECP connectivity status.
  8. Web Server Connectivity: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-WebServicesConnectivity (for Exchange Server 2010) or Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'ews' (for Exchange Server 2013 and above) to ensure proper web server connectivity and report on it.
  9. IMAP Connectivity: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-ImapConnectivity (for Exchange Server 2010) or Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'imap' (for Exchange Server 2013 and above) to test and report on the IMAP connectivity status.
  10. POP Connectivity: Uses the PowerShell cmdlet Test-PopConnectivity (for Exchange Server 2010) or Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'pop' (for Exchange Server 2013 and above) to test and report on POP connectivity.
  11. ActiveSync Connectivity: Uses the Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'activesync' cmdlet to display the connectivity status of all Exchange ActiveSync virtual directories in your organization. Using this information, you can analyze connectivity errors, latency, and more.
  12. Mailbox Space Health: Uses the Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'mailboxspace' cmdlet to display quota limits and the amount of mailbox space utilized. This information helps you plan and use your mailbox space efficiently.
  13. Hub transport health: Uses the Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'hubtransport' cmdlet to track the health stats of the hub transport servers. Using these reports, you can change the period of monitoring and analyze the errors that occur frequently.
  14. Store Health: Uses the Get-ServerHealth -HealthSet 'store' cmdlet to display any exceptions or errors found in your Exchange Server store, enabling you to plan the corrective actions accordingly.

To access these reports:

  1. Go to the Monitoring tab.
  2. Navigate to Exchange Server → Server Monitoring.
  3. Choose a suitable report from the list available.
  4. Select the organization and time period for report generation.
  5. Choose a suitable view for the report.

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