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VM Host Errors in Administrative logs

This started yesterday  In the event logs on our Two Host Servers.
Is their a problem with the two host servers?

The Microsoft Operations Manager Expression Filter Module could not convert the received value to the requested type.

Property Expression: Property[@Name='Microsoft:F36FC9BF-390D-4121-B543-324E4699F80B\E84AAF68-1E30-4643-B0EE-C4F70ADA4867\0\0\L.FreeSpace']
Property Value: 139626.99609375
Conversion Type: DataItemElementTypeInteger(5)
Original Error: 0x80FF005A

One or more workflows were affected by this.  

Workflow name: Microsoft.Windows.HyperV.2012.R2.VirtualDrive.FreeSpaceMonitor
Instance name: Hard Disk
Instance ID: {86556B92-D55F-81AE-E9B3-AB4C917EFBC5}
Management group: A01_SCOM


From Server Manager:


VH02 ID 27000 V-vmms-Storage - Failed to open attachment '\\VMM01\MSSCVMMLibrary\SW_DVD9_Windows_Svr_Std_and_DataCtr_2012_R2_64Bit_English_-3_MLF_X19-53588.ISO'. Error: 'One or more arguments are invalid'.

VH01 ID 15268 V-Vmms-Admin - Failed to get the disk information.

VH02 ID 27000 V-vmms-Storage - Failed to open attachment '\\VMM01\MSSCVMMLibrary\SW_DVD9_Windows_Svr_Std_and_DataCtr_2012_R2_64Bit_English_-3_MLF_X19-53588.ISO'. Error: 'One or more arguments are invalid'.

VH01 ID 15268 V-Vmms-Admin Failed to get the disk information


Regards,
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jwc1972
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Let me guess: The VM had the ISO attached to its vOptical drive? Then, the ISO was either renamed, moved, or deleted from the indicated location?

That ISO is attached to a VM or VMM thinks it is supposed to be. Check the ISO library for its existence.
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jwc1972Author Commented:
Hi,

From the console, virtual machine manager. I click on library the iso is there, when I click on properties, dependencies no are listed. When I click on open location I receive the message you do not have permission to access the msscvmmlibrary.  Can I delete the iso from here then re create the iso?
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jwc1972Author Commented:
Excellent Answer

from the Virtual Machine Manager Console, I went into the properties on all the VM and set the hardware configuration to NO media. This seems to have fixed the problem

Regards,
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