SCVMM 2012 shows wrong avalible memory

Posted on 2012-09-12
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Im trying System Center 2012 in a cluster. Everything works great except that
under fabrics when i look at my hosts it shows wrong avalible RAM memory.

Ex. on one server i got 32GB free but VMM shows 103MB, this is issue with all my servers in host.

Any Ideas?
Question by:mattemattsson
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I just did a quick search on the Internet and found a thread similar to your issue on a SCVVM 2008.

Scroll down to the reply with the registry hack.

I would back up your registry prior to trying this solution.

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I upgraded the VMM client on the  hosts and now it shows correct, thanks anyway :)
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I solved it

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