I've set up a couple of driver set GCVs containing recipient and
reply-to addresses for Driver Health notifications. The red state of our
test Driver Health Configuration is configured to send an email using
these GCVs. I have tried to reference the GCVs using both the ~GCV.name~
syntax and the $GCV.name$ syntax, but in both cases the job fails with
the following error:

Code:
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09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: Processing object '\IDENTITY-VAULT\Vault\Resources\Drivers\MyDriver'
09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: Checking driver health for '\IDENTITY-VAULT\Vault\Resources\Drivers\MyDriver' on server 'Vault\Resources\myserver'
09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: evaluating state: green
09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: evaluating state: yellow
09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: current health state: red
09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: Trying to execute generate event action
09:55:36 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:: Trying to execute send-email
09:55:42 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:
Job Intermediate Result -------------------
Job: \IDENTITY-VAULT\Vault\Resources\Drivers\Driver Health
Status: Success
Object: \IDENTITY-VAULT\Vault\Resources\Drivers\MyDriver
09:55:42 53DE3940 Drvrs: Driver Health JT:
Job Intermediate Result -------------------
Job: \IDENTITY-VAULT\Vault\Resources\Drivers\Driver Health
Status: Error
Object: \IDENTITY-VAULT\Vault\Resources\Drivers\MyDriver
Message: Invalid Addresses

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I'm rapidly reaching the conclusion that Driver Health actions do not
support the use of GCVs. I would be grateful if someone more
knowledgeable could either tell me where I'm going wrong or confirm my
suspicions that this is not supported.

Thanks in advance,
Chris


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