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abhi2101
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How can I get health status using powershell ?
yaroslav (staff)
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Fri Sep 25, 2020 7:28 am

Greetings,

You've got the script in C:\Program Files\StarWind Software\StarWind\StarWindX\Samples\powershell called SyncHaDeviceAdvanced. Type the device name there and use it to check StarWind HA device sync status.
abhi2101
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Fri Sep 25, 2020 7:45 am

can you please provide an example ?
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Fri Sep 25, 2020 7:59 am

Greetings,
HAdeviceAdvanced works for all devices; no need to specify the specific HA device. Just run the script.
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Tue Mar 28, 2023 9:57 am

It's extremely good to see that you are exploring different ways to get fitness status using PowerShell. The script you mentioned, SyncHaDeviceAdvanced, can be a beneficial tool for checking the sync status of your StarWind HA device. To supply an example, you can simply open PowerShell and navigate to the directory the place the script is located, which is typically "C:\Program Files\StarWind Software\StarWind\StarWindX\Samples\powershell".

From there, you can run the script and kind in the discover of the gadget you desire to check. It's essential to note that the HAdeviceAdvanced script works for all devices, so you don't want to specify a specific HA device. This can be a quick and handy way to check the health fame of your devices using PowerShell.
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You are right.
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Wed Mar 29, 2023 7:11 pm

stefanheisles wrote:It's extremely good to see that you are exploring different ways to get fitness status using PowerShell. The script you mentioned, SyncHaDeviceAdvanced, can be a beneficial tool for checking the sync status of your StarWind HA device. To supply an example, you can simply open PowerShell and navigate to the directory the place the script is located, which is typically "C:\Program Files\StarWind Software\StarWind\StarWindX\Samples\powershell".

From there, you can run the script and kind in the discover of the gadget you desire to check. It's essential to note that the HAdeviceAdvanced script works for all devices, so you don't want to specify a specific HA device. This can be a quick and handy way to check the health fame of your devices using PowerShell.
I think this is an exhaustive answer, thank you for this discussion
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