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Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 PowerShell Cookbook - Fourth Edition by Mike Pfeiffer, Nuno Mota, Jonas Andersson

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What if a health set is not healthy, as shown in the following example?

In this example, we used the Get-HealthReport cmdlet to view the list of health sets for the TLEX1 server that were not in a Healthy state. We can check all the probes, monitors, and responders associated with this particular health set using the Get-MonitoringItemIdentity cmdlet:

    Get-MonitoringItemIdentity MailboxSpace -Server TLEX1 | FL Identity, ItemType, Name  

However, this will not tell us which monitor triggered the health set to be unhealthy. To see which monitors are healthy and which ones are not for a particular health set, we go back to using ...

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