WinRMDiagnostics is a stand-alone tool that helps to configure or fix Windows event sources for Windows Log Collection. The tool can be invoked either in command line or UI mode, and supports Windows OS 2008 and above.
The tool can be invoked either in command-line mode or User Interface (UI) mode. By default, the tool runs in UI mode. To run the tool in command-line mode, the -noui switch should be used.
Tool run modes:
Verify: Checks whether WinRM is configured on windows event source by executing pre-selected set of commands.(Default Mode)
Auto: Checks whether WinRM is configured on windows event source by executing pre-selected set of commands. If WinRM is not configured correctly, then the tool will try to fix the issue.
Manual: Allows user to specify a set of commands to execute.
Below is the tool usage and parameters for running tool in command-line mode.
Provides options for configuration and execution of the tool.
Verify & Autorun mode runs a pre-selected set of commands (Ones that are not grayed out).
Commands need to be selected for Manual run mode only.
Command information is displayed in the Steps Description pane when the command name is clicked.
Specify tool parameters only for the selected commands.
To run the tool click on the Run button.
Displays tool results in XML format. Tool results are saved here: ~\ WinRMToolResults\<hostname>_wrm_<timestamp>
Optional: Select Zip Results option to zip up the results directory. Specify Result Dir Name option to create result directory with a non-default name. eg. ~\ WinRMToolResults\rsasa-123
Results (Tabular) Tab:
Displays tool results in tabular format.
The WinRM Diagnostics tool and guide have been updated as of 2018/03/07. If you have downloaded this tool and guide before that time, please download them again using the links below. If this is the first time downloading these items, please use the same links below.