Automating DFS Replication Health Reports

I would like to have DFS Health Reports get Automated once a week and send an email out to Support does.

i tried following the script from the site below. its only outputting the Server Names..
http://blogs.technet.com/b/filecab/archive/2006/06/19/automating-dfs-replication-health-reports.aspx
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DavidfoleyAuthor Commented:
Thanks.. for that i will start editing the script.
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DavidfoleyAuthor Commented:
The Link you gave me i can get it working, but is there any for a DFS Replication Health Report?

something like what the DFS Manager supplies, shows you if there is any errors with DFS or Warnings gives your Volume size and Free Size on the Disk etc.
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