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Cannot see any disk in disk space monitor

Hi,

I have deployed some monitors for a remote windows server. I can monitor cpu, mem, service but for disk space, Sitescope is enable to retreive disk installed on server.

Another thing, if I want to deploy Windows Resources, I can see that Disk Logical Object is missing that could explain why using disk space I can't see any disk.

 

Is there something to do / activate on remote srever to make them available for monitoring.

 

Regards,

Marc

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Re: Cannot see any disk in disk space monitor

Hi Thank's that's exactly the root cause,


David Campeau wrote:

Are these Windows 2000 servers? If so, read below...

 

In Windows 2000 the Logical Disk object is disabled by default. To monitor the Logical Disk Object by using System Center Operations Manager you enable it by typing: diskperf -yv at the command prompt
 
Regards,
 
David


David Campeau wrote:

Are these Windows 2000 servers? If so, read below...

 

In Windows 2000 the Logical Disk object is disabled by default. To monitor the Logical Disk Object by using System Center Operations Manager you enable it by typing: diskperf -yv at the command prompt
 
Regards,
 
David



it's working now

Regards,

Marc

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Re: Cannot see any disk in disk space monitor

Are these Windows 2000 servers? If so, read below...

 

In Windows 2000 the Logical Disk object is disabled by default. To monitor the Logical Disk Object by using System Center Operations Manager you enable it by typing: diskperf -yv at the command prompt
 
Regards,
 
David
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Re: Cannot see any disk in disk space monitor

Hi Thank's that's exactly the root cause,


David Campeau wrote:

Are these Windows 2000 servers? If so, read below...

 

In Windows 2000 the Logical Disk object is disabled by default. To monitor the Logical Disk Object by using System Center Operations Manager you enable it by typing: diskperf -yv at the command prompt
 
Regards,
 
David


David Campeau wrote:

Are these Windows 2000 servers? If so, read below...

 

In Windows 2000 the Logical Disk object is disabled by default. To monitor the Logical Disk Object by using System Center Operations Manager you enable it by typing: diskperf -yv at the command prompt
 
Regards,
 
David



it's working now

Regards,

Marc