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Sitescope Dynamic Disc Monitor showing only C: Drive.

Hello All,

 

Currently we are having SiS 11.24 version & we are facing problem while connecting 😧 Drive Disc space Monitor of Windows 2012 Server. After selecting respective server when we click on Get counters then its showing only C: drive counter its not showing 😧 Drive. However if i select Physcial Disc objects from "Microsoft Windows Resource Monitor" then i am able to C: & 😧 both drives. But in Physcial Disc objects we dont see any % full or MB Free counters. 😧 Drive is having NTFS partition.

Please suggest

 

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hi , i could not see a problem when monitoring the C & E drives (both NTFS) on my Win2012 R2 server.

I am using an administrative account to access this server (Netbios method)

My SiteScope is version 11.24.421  build 498.

I would suggest you to check the following logs under ..:\SiteScope\logs :

ERROR.LOG and RUNMONITOR.LOG

Also, try to monitor another server, and see if the same issue appears with a different server.

Hope this helps,

PatW

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Thanks for your reply,  We also monitoring 250+ Win 2012 servers and are able to see\connect all drives from SItescope.

We are facing this issue on only 'ONE'  Win 2012 server.

 

Note- This server is having 2 static IPs & I am not sure if this is causing Disc drive connectivity issue. I'll check ERROR.LOG and RUNMONITOR.LOG files.

 

Thanks

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