SAN Health Utility

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Registered: ‎10-24-2014
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SAN health /autostart doens't work



I would like to setup SAN Health to run once a month.

I found in Brocade forum that it's possible with task scheduler and with /autostart flag.

I treid to launch below command in "CMD" but the tool is loaded but the audit doesn't start.

"c:\SAN Helath Audits\DC_SAN.set" /autostart

I ran manually the audit and it's runing fine.


Can someoane help?


I tried with Win 7 and WIn 2012 R2 and same...


Posts: 206
Registered: ‎07-21-2009

Re: SAN health /autostart doens't work

Hi Nordin,

Please see for the details, specifically the screen shot of the New Action box. You'll need to call the SAN Health .EXE with "C:\Program Files\Brocade\SAN Health\SANHealth.exe". You can likley use one of the following in your CMD box:


"C:\Program Files\Brocade\SAN Health\SANHealth.exe" "C:\SAN Helath Audits\DC_SAN.set" /autostart




"C:\Program Files (x86)\Brocade\SAN Health\SANHealth.exe" "C:\SAN Helath Audits\DC_SAN.set" /autostart


BUT, after doing some testing here, it appears that this may be case-sensitive. If the extension is actually .SET, please use that or the process may not work. Please let us know the outcome.

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Posts: 8
Registered: ‎10-24-2014

Re: SAN health /autostart doens't work



Thx. It was case sensitive issue.

Now it's working.




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