Managed Continuity Service Compliance Checker

The Managed Continuity Service Compliance Checker identifies and reports on the pre-requisites and configuration recommendations for implementing the Managed Continuity Service products. It provides details on the servers and records them in a report for review.
You can launch the report from the tool and view it on a browser. You can also save a XML version of the report and upload it to this page.

Version: v0.2.20180308 | User Guide >


Upload the XML file generated by the tool

Change Log


  • Renamed HPEHVC Compliance Checker as Managed Continuity Service Compliance Checker, to reflect the product name change from Hewlett Packard Enterprise Helion and Veritas Continuity (HPEHVC) to Managed Continuity Service.


  • Enabled IPs and host names masked in DCR files, reports, and logs; Enabled users to export DCR files, reports, and logs zipped into one file.


  • Enhancement to get route table information of remote Windows host.


  • Fixed one timeout issue when collecting information about Windows server network listening ports.


  • Fixed the timeout issue on Windows hosts.


  • Improved startup performance and fixed logging defect.


  • Developed two versions of HPEHVC Compliance Checker: version 1.0 is for HPEHVC 1.0 users, while version 2.0 is for HPEHVC 2.0 users.


  • Tight up the Windows server version and RHEL version checking.


  • Fixed the issue of displaying OS versions of Linux hosts.


  • Enhanced the tool to handle I18N and L10N data in the report.
  • Added a new function to collect cluster data, including cluster names and managed hosts, from VMware vCenter or Microsoft Hyper-V servers.


  • Fixed the issue of recognizing physical Windows machines as KVM.
  • Fixed the issue of displaying network speed as larger than 4G for Windows machines.


  • Deduplicated hosts in the report on both Windows and Linux.
  • Enabled the collection of the following data and added four items in the report:
    Total number of IP addresses or hostnames entered.
    Total number of IP addresses or hosts scanned successfully, including duplicated hosts.
    Total number of deduplicated systems scanned successfully. The result is deduplicated.
    Total number of unscanned IP addresses or hostnames.


  • Fixed the issue of setting data change rates for the hosts that are imported by CSV files.
  • Added a feature to mask IP addresses.


  • Made Windows the first platform on the adding host panel.
  • Added a timer for data change rate and hosts data collection on each host.
  • Added a feature to validate reports before uploading.


  • Allow customer to import CSV file with specific format.
  • Allow customer to input IP range for Windows platform.
  • Provide a summary of host supportability in the report.


  • Added the cross domain check on Windows platform.


  • Updated SORT website link from to
  • Updated SymAccount to Veritas Account.
  • Updated the copyright claim and company logo.
  • Added virtual I/O data collecting on both Linux and Windows machines.


  • Non-Root user support on Linux platform and Non-Administrator user support on Windows platform.


  • Added function not to allow duplicate machines added to the scan list.
  • Fixed the routing table data missing on Windows.
  • Updated the tool's name to HPE Helion and Veritas Continuity Compliance Checker.


  • Remove the redundant radio button when there is only one report to be uploaded.
  • Add IPv4 address, subnet mask and domain name system (DNS) data to each network interface card (NIC) on Windows and Linux machines.


  • Hid the unavailable JSON format in the local report viewer.
  • Updated the format of the HPEHVC Compliance Checker version in the About page. For example, v0.1.yyyymmdd.
  • Added a warning message that the existing Windows hosts are not reachable and select the target hosts again, if those added hosts are not reachable in next scans.
  • Added a processing message that the HPEHVC Compliance Checker is checking the connection to all selected target hosts.
  • Updated the default report uploading mode to anonymously upload. Previously, the default is uploading with SymAccount.
  • Enabled you to input a string as the password encryption key.
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