Today I came across an article by Wictor Wilen describing health scores in SharePoint 2013.

I’m using Office 365 so that article isn’t describing what I need. I’m finding that my tenant is very slow but is there a way to check my farm?

OfficeDev PnP PowerShell (https://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP-PowerShell) giving a very easy answer. The Get-SPOHealthScore CmdLet.

As always I’m first connecting to my tenant:

Connect-SPOnline https:/ /mytenant.sharepoint.com

Then when I’m connected:

Get-SPOHealthScore

This now returns my health score between 0-10. Where 0 is the best possible.

healthscore

Ok, so my tenant is healthy.

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By Pieter Veenstra

Business Applications Microsoft MVP working as a Principal Architect at HybrIT Services Ltd. You can contact me using contact@sharepains.com

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