The All Blacks proved too strong for a second string Springboks in Wellington, but while Henry was happy with the performance, he said that there are still areas to be worked on.
"I was pleased with the performance but there is still plenty to work on," said Henry.
"Our kicking game, at times, lacked what we wanted to achieve and our defence around the rucks could also be improved. Overall it was a seven out of ten performance."
The result was a second successive resounding win for the All Blacks, after they warmed up for the Tri-Nations with a 60-14 victory over Fiji last weekend.
They continue their Tri-Nations campaign with a match against Australia in Auckland on Saturday, August 6.