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Check DRM Application Status – vbscript

Datavail | | October 3, 2014

Here is a small vbscript that can be used to check if DRM Application is up and running, this will come handy if for any reason you want to check if application is up and may be kick off exports form batch utility. Or may be use this to notify support team whenever the application is down.

1. Create a text file with extension vbs. e.g. Check_Application_Status.vbs

Note: In the example i’m only checking for Engines,Services, Process Manager and netjnibridge. If you want you can include DRM-api-Adapter and event-host.

— Here is the vbscript code —
set service = GetObject(“winmgmts:”)
i=1
cnt=0
for each Process in Service.InstancesOf(“Win32_Process”)
If Process.Name=”drm-engine.exe” Then
i=i+1
if i=2 then
cnt=cnt+1
end if
ElseIf Process.Name=”drm-process-manager.exe” Then
cnt=cnt+1
ElseIf Process.Name=”drm-service.exe” Then
cnt=cnt+1
ElseIf Process.Name=”drm-netjnibridge-host.exe” Then
cnt=cnt+1
End If
Next
If cnt >=4 Then
Wscript.Quit(0)
Else
Wscript.Quit(1)
End If
— end of the vbscript code — — Batch File to call the vbscript —
cscript Check_Application_Status.vbs
GoTo %ERRORLEVEL%
:0
echo Drm Services are up and running.
goto End
:1
echo DRM services are down. Please Restart.
goto End
:End
— End of Batch File —

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