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wlodar2
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monitor Windows Guest using an Agent running in the guest OS

Post by wlodar2 » Nov 19, 2009 11:55 am

HI,
i wants to monitor Guest OS using SCOM agent installed in Guest OS.
I got installed SCOM agent and VMWare tools already, but I can`t see relationship between Ops Mgr Agent objects (which already exists in Ops Mgr) and Virtual Machine Objects (that the nworks MP creates) like Windows 2003 or MS SQL Objects in topology wiev (in scom console wiev).

Any sugestions, how i can check where is the problem?


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Re: monitor Windows Guest using an Agent running in the guest OS

Post by Veeam-dsiles » Dec 07, 2009 4:39 am

Lukasz,

The correlation between management packs you have loaded and our nworks MP happen in the topology view by expanding out your VM objects and looking for the server icon with the Windows logo flag. We pick up the fact you are running a SCOM agent inside the VM and cross-link or connect the dots between the guest Windows OS inside the VM and the additional MP you have loaded example Windows Management or SQL server.

See screenshot below:

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