Posted Thu, 01 Jan 2015 16:00:00 GMT by

I have a Windows 2008R2 server which has a number of mount points attached to it... they have no drive letters.

This is an IBM X3650 with EXP2512 Disk Array attached to it, I need to monitor theses mount points.

Thank you

Posted Fri, 29 May 2015 13:00:00 GMT by
I have tried 3 of the WMI probes (WMI Folder Check, WMI File Check and WMI Disk Available)... none of them work because they need Drive letters... None of the drives I want to monitor are mounted locally When I use WMI System Information I get a list of the Mounted Drives IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 556.0 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 237.5 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 1673.6 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 8192.0 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 8292.0 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 8192.0 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 8192.0 GB IBM ServeRAID M5110 SCSI Disk Device 8292.0 GB
Posted Fri, 29 May 2015 13:00:00 GMT by

Configure InterMapper to access your Windows server using WMI  Under the server settings - Click on NT Services & WMI - Monitor the node via WMI instead of SNMP.  Setup an administrative username and password that will allow InterMapper to access your windows server.  Add the server to the map and select one of the built in WMI probes possibly the WMI Folder Check.

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