In continuation to my post Monitor SharePoint App Pools using PowerShell Script , If certain Services on SharePoint server goes down, that could cause outages or service interruptions to your SharePoint environment! Although monitoring solutions such as SCOM can
monitor services, they can't start the service automatically - when stopped. So, lets address this issue with the help
of PowerShell! Here is my nifty PowerShell script to start required services when stopped and send alert emails .
This script not only scans services availability, but also:
- detects services status if its not in started state
- Automatically starts the service if its in stopped state
- Sends alert Email to SharePoint Admin team (or whoever configured!)
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