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Help with dfsradmin running health report through command line

Posted on 2009-07-09
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I'm wanting to create a batch script that will automatically run a health report on our DFSR server, I must be having a syntax error or something I don't know but I just cannot seem to get the blasted thing to run once manually. Can someone that has some experience in running the bloody command walk me through one? I've read the bloody manual on dfsradmin and I've looked at the /? on the syntax but it still won't run.

I'm on server 2008

The command I'm looking to run is

'dfsradmin health new'

Many thanks mates
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I'm an idiot, the replication group had a space in the name and I forgot the quotes in the script.... duhhhh
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