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Openmange virtual disk size

Posted on 2011-09-22
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We have a Dell shop and open manage seems to be installed on all servers. I need to figure out how much storage space is used/free on all the servers.

Can I do this with openmanage? So far I can only see how big the virtual disk is.
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OMSA cannot do this.

Remotely, you can use a WMI call ...
wmic /node:computername logicaldisk freespace
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