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Understanding Health Profiles and Dynamic Packs

14  Oct  

Understanding Health Profiles and Dynamic Packs

You can create multiple Health Profiles in DynamicPacks Health Profiler and add Dynamic Packs to them. This article explains Health Profiles, Dynamic Packs, and how to execute Health Profiles/Dynamic Packs.

Health Profiles:

  • Health Profiles consist of Dynamic Packs.
  • You can create unlimited Health Profiles.
  • You can add as many as Dynamic Packs you want to a Health Profile.
  • Health Profiles can be executed under different credentials.
  • You can always create new Health Profiles while other Health Profiles are executing.
  • When you execute a Health Profile, DynamicPacks Health Profiler executes all Dynamic Packs that are part of the Health Profile. You can execute Health Profiles by clicking “Execute” action available on the Right Click context menu of a Health Profile as shown in the screenshot below:
  • When you execute a Health Profile, the Health Profile image changes to blue and Dynamic Packs image changes to red as shown in the screenshot below:

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  • When executing a Health Profile, DynamicPacks Health Profiler ignores Dynamic Packs that are disabled. In other words, only Dynamic Packs that are enabled will be executed as part of Health Profile execution.

In case you need to stop a Health Profile, right click on the Health Profile and then click on “Stop” action.

  • There are a number of actions available on the Right Click context menu of a Health Profile as shown in the screenshot below:
  1. Execute: Use this action to execute Health Profile.
  2. Stop: Stop action to stop Health Profile.
  3. Refresh Execution Status: Use this action to refresh execution status of a Health Profile. Note that when you click this action, DynamicPacks Health Profiler checks the execution status of the Health Profile. If Health Profile execution is completed, the Health Profile image changes to green.
  4. Enable All Dynamic Packs: Use this action to enable all Dynamic Packs in a Health Profile.
  5. Disable All Dynamic Packs: Use this action to disable all Dynamic Packs in a Health Profile. Note that only Dynamic Packs that are enabled in a Health Profile are considered for execution.
  6. Display Script Errors: Use this action to report any errors that were recorded as part of Health Profile execution.
  7. Display Script Code: Use this action to show the Health Profile Script that DynamicPacks Health Profiler executes.
  8. Export Script: Use this action if you need to export the PowerShell script.
  9. Generate Report: This action allows you to generate the Health Profile report.
  10. Switch To Report: Use this action if you need to switch to Health Profile reports.

Dynamic Packs:

  • Dynamic Packs consist of PowerShell code.
  • DynamicPacks Health Profiler ships with 20 pre-defined Dynamic Packs. In case you need to create new Dynamic Packs, you can do so by using Dynamic Pack Manager.
  • You can execute individual Dynamic Packs in a Health Profile. All you need to do is right click on the Dynamic Pack and then click on the “Execute” action as shown in the screenshot below:
  • There are a number of actions available on the Right Click context menu of a Dynamic Pack as shown in the screenshot below:
  1. Execute: Use this action if you need to execute selected Dynamic Pack in a Health Profile.
  2. Stop: Use Stop action to stop selected Dynamic Pack. This option is available only if selected Dynamic Pack is currently executing.
  3. Refresh Execution Status: Use this action to refresh execution status of the selected Dynamic Pack.
  4. Disable/Enable Dynamic Pack: Use Enable/Disable action to enable/disable selected Dynamic Pack in a Health Profile.
  5. Show Dynamic Pack Script Errors: Use this action to display Dynamic Pack script errors.
  6. Generate Data: Use this action to generate data in CSV format and display in data grid as shown in the screenshot below:
  7. Generate Report: Use this action to show the report in HTML format as shown in the screenshot below:
  8. Generate Treeview: Use this action if you need to generate data in Treeview format as shown in the screenshot below:

 

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