08 Mei 2012 13:22
I would like to know if there is a way to collect more VMs information from HV host: Hard Drives (partitions), IP.
In SCVMM when highlight a VM there are memory, processor, storage (total). That is not enough.
What are the ways to efficiently pull out VMs info?
08 Mei 2012 13:36ModeratorHi,
The following post discussed a similar issue, you can refer to:
How to Collect Virtual machine information in SCVMM?
- Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh pob579 08 Mei 2012 14:45
08 Mei 2012 13:44if you are comfortable with scripting, you can gather alot of info via wmi (for example per powershell). take a look here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc136992(VS.85).aspx
08 Mei 2012 14:48
I guess it would be nice if by selecting VM in VMM more info would be available. Like in Virtual Center.
08 Mei 2012 16:38
You can do it by orchestrator to fill custom properties.
I have made a runbook , every night it checks for information and fill the custom properties like IP, Domain, etc.
You can use System Center Orchestrator for this.
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08 Mei 2012 20:40
I am reinstalling SC 2012. So will take in concideration your advice. Didn't have good experience with Trial deployment.
I was need easy way to see the basic properties of VM without digging in too much.