Dynamic Pack Overview
One of the great features of DynamicPacks Health Profiler is that you can design custom Dynamic Packs using Dynamic Pack Manager. Dynamic Pack Manager ships with paid version of DynamicPacks Health Profiler. It is important to understand that you can design custom Dynamic Packs only based on the PowerShell cmdlets for the target systems.
There are two types of Dynamic Packs you can design; “General Dynamic Pack” and “List and Count Dynamic Pack”. Both types of Dynamic Pack consist of PowerShell cmdlets to collect information from the target systems (Active directory, Hyper-V, SQL, Exchange Servers, Windows Servers, and Azure Resources).
DynamicPacks Health Profiler executes Dynamic Packs as part of a Health Profiler created in the DynamicPacks Health Profiler.
A List and Count Dynamic Pack also consists of PowerShell cmdlets, but output in the Health Profile HTML report is different as shown in the screenshot below:
1.0 - Displaying data for General Dynamic Pack in a Health Profile Report
And when you look at the Dynamic Pack data in a Data grid view using DynamicPacks Health Profiler, the output will be shown as shown in the screenshot below:
1.2 - Displaying data for List and Count Dynamic Pack in a Data Grid View