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Virtual Server Disk Space and CPU Utilization reports on System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2

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I am working with the trial edition of System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2, and found a sample report that shows the logical disk space and cpu utilization for my servers.  It works fine for regular physical servers, but for the virtual servers, its not reporting anything.  

Anyone have any ideas on what I'm missing or doing wrong?
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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I am not familiar with SCOM, but you can generate such reports using SCVMM ( virtual machine manager).
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by:Motaba
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What is exact name of that report?
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Its called Server Overview Report and its in a report library called Sample.Report.Library.  I know its only a sample, but it works perfectly except for the virtuals not reporting anything.
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Do you have the SCOM agent installed on the virtual servers?
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Update.... There was a management pack missing that was causing the problem.  Not sure which one fixed it, but I added all of the MP's from Windows Server, which includes a huge amount of MP's and took a while to import, but the info suddenly started populating.
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