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Exchange 2010 CAS

Current Version
0.1
Last Release Date
2011-05-19
Compatible With
  • Nagios 2.x
  • Nagios 3.x
  • Nagios XI
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Exchange Client Access Checks for 2010

These use the inbuilt test functionality in Exchange through the Exchange Management Shell. These tests log in using the test cas users to the various servers and actually test functionality AND response. So it will fail if something underlying is failing in the system too.

Before running these - you must have created the test cas user using the "new-testcasconnectivityuser.ps1" script found in your Exchange Management tool installation (under scripts folder).

Check scripts for:
- ActiveSync Connectivity
- IMAP Connectivity
- MAPI Connectivity
- Outlook TCP (RPC) Connectivity
- OWA Connectivity
- WebServices Connectivity

I have not been able to test all of the failure cases yet.

A work in progress..
Reviews (2)
byTheMichi44, December 10, 2014
here is the first problem:

###########################
$status = 0;
$desc = "";

test-activesyncconnectivity | ForEach-Object {
[snippet]
elseif ($status -eq "0") {
Write-Host "OK: ActiveSync Connectivity OK"
###########################

if you have an error on "test-activesyncconnectivity" the status will be "OK" at the end.

i would do the following as a fast fix:

###############
$status = 2; # 2 = critical
$desc = "";

test-activesyncconnectivity | ForEach-Object {
if($_.Result -like "Success") {
$status = 0;
###############

So you would get a "critical" output at the end if you have a problem at "test-activesyncconnectivity".


fast hint for other languages:

######################
elseif($_.Result -like "Failure") {
######################

in german it would be:

######################
elseif($_.Result -like "Erfolgreich") {
######################

greetz
byalfred, November 24, 2011
just works :-)

exchange 2010 SP1