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R E V I E W P R O B L E M S A N D S O L U T I O N S
This page lists the items generated if any Health Analyzer rules have been triggered and have
found a problem (Figure 11.45). The items displayed are organized by category (such as Security,
Configuration, and Availability). It will also display what server and service are associated with
the problem (they’re ominously considered to be “failing”) and when the item was generated.
FIGURE 11.45
Review Problems
And Solutions page
Because the page is a list, items can be selected, edited, and deleted. They can also be viewed
so you can see the problem’s details, with information as to what exactly the problem is, a
possible remedy, and a link to view the rule that triggered it. The ribbon bar while viewing an item
also has a Reanalyze Now button, if the problem has been resolved and you want the list item
to go away without deleting it yourself. In addition, if the problem is simple enough to ix, there
may be a Repair Automatically button, which can be used to try to resolve the problem. Keep in
mind that deleting an item will only remove it from the list until the rule runs again. You can
also edit item severity, changing it to “success” to remove it from the list, but again, it will
reappear if the issue that triggered it is not resolved before the rule runs again.
R E V I E W R U L E D E F I N I T I O N S
The Health Analyzer Rule Definitions page displays all the existing rules, organized by
category. This allows you to see all the rules, as well as when they are scheduled to run, whether
they are scoped to apply to all servers or a particular one, whether the rule is enabled, its
version, and so on (Figure 11.46). Some rules, if the ix is easy enough, can be set to try to ix the
problem automatically. For this reason, rules can require considerable development, and there
is no easy mechanism for administrators to create one themselves. Rules may be updated by
Microsoft from time to time in order to keep SharePoint implementations in compliance with
most up-to-date best practices.
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