Get-PnPServiceCurrentHealth

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Required Permissions

  • Microsoft Graph API : ServiceHealth.Read.All

Gets current service status of the Office 365 Services from the Microsoft Graph API

Syntax

Get-PnPServiceCurrentHealth
   [-Identity <Office365Workload>]
   [<CommonParameters>]

Examples

EXAMPLE 1

Get-PnPServiceCurrentHealth

Retrieves the current service status of all Office 365 services

EXAMPLE 2

Get-PnPServiceCurrentHealth -Identity "SharePoint Online"

Retrieves the current service status of SharePoint Online

Parameters

-Identity

Allows retrieval of the current service status of only one particular service. If not provided, the current service status of all services will be returned. Note that you need to use the full name of the service, not the shortened Id.

Type:Identity
Accepted values:Exchange Online, Identity Service, Microsoft 365 suite, Skype for Business, SharePoint Online, Dynamics 365 Apps, Azure Information Protection, Mobile Device Management for Office 365, Planner, Sway, Power BI, OneDrive for Business, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Kaizala, Microsoft Bookings, Office for the web, Microsoft 365 Apps, Power Apps, Power Apps in Microsoft 365, Microsoft Power Automate, Microsoft Power Automate in Microsoft 365, Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Stream
Position:Named
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False