How do I check if all the required Exchange Services have started running?

To ensure Exchange Server health and avoid issues arising for your end users you need to constantly check if all the services required by your organization's Exchange Servers have started running. Using PowerShell to check if all the required services are running, however, is no simple task.

Solution:

Exchange Reporter Plus helps you check the running status of all the services required by your servers quickly and efficiently through the following methods.

1. Intuitive dashboard

Get a quick look into the status of Exchange services in your organization using the Exchange Reporter Plus dashboard.

Exchange services dashboard

Figure 1: Exchange services dashboard

2. Granular report

List complete details about all your Exchange services, including their running status using the Service Health report.

Granular report on Exchange service health report

Figure 2: Granular report on Exchange service health report.

3. Real-time alerts

Configure alerts to receive instant notifications as soon as a service starts or stops.

Get real-time alerts on service status

Figure 3: Get real-time alerts on service status.

 

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