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How to Verify Client Statements of Health for Network Access Protection

Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

When verifying client statements of health, there are three verifications you can do:

  • Verify that a client is producing a statement of health.

  • Verify that a client is producing a statement of health for the Configuration Manager System Health Agent (when more than one System Health Agent is being used on the same client).

  • Verify that a client is producing a statement of health using its site Configuration Manager NAP policies.

To verify that a client is producing a statement of health:

  • Check for the presence of a recently entered line in the SMSSHA.log file: BEGIN merged SoH dump. If this line is present, the client is producing a statement of health. If this line is not present, the client is not producing a statement of health.

To verify that a client is producing a statement of health for the Configuration Manager System Health Agent (when more than one System Health Agent is being used on the same client):

  • Query the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) namespace using the single instance class root\ccm\smsnapagent, and verify that the following properties of the class CCM_StatementOfHealth have data recently added: StatementOfHealth, LastSoHGenerationTime, and LastEvaluationTime. If these properties have data, the client is producing a statement of health for the Configuration Manager System Health Agent. If these properties do not have data, the client is not producing a statement of health for the Configuration Manager System Health Agent.

To verify that a client is producing a statement of health using its site Configuration Manager NAP policies:

  • Verify the following log line entry exists in the SMSSHA.log file. If this entry is present, the client is producing a statement of health using its site Configuration Manager NAP policies. If it is not present, the client is not producing a statement of health using its site Configuration Manager NAP policies.

    • CORE: HandleSMSSystemHealthStateV1 soon after the line BEGIN merged SoH dump.

See Also

For additional information, see Configuration Manager 2007 Information and Support.
To contact the documentation team, email SMSdocs@microsoft.com.
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