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  • Displays all VM Hosts and VMs in all domains in your network

    Summary

    Displays all VM Hosts and VMs in all domains in your network. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, VM State, Created Date, Notes, Heartbeat, Number of Processors, Guest Operating System, DNS Name.

    Discover all VMs and Hosts in your network
  • Shows virtual memory information for each VM

    Memory

    Report shows virtual memory information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Startup Memory (MB), Dynamic Memory Enabled, Minimum Memory (MB), Maximum Memory (MB), Assigned Memory (MB), Memory Demand (MB), Status, Memory Buffer (%), Memory Weight, Status Recorded as on.

    View virtual memory usage in each VM
  • Shows virtual CPU information for each VM

    Processor

    Report shows virtual CPU information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Number of Processor, Characteristics, Status, LoadPercentage, Virtual machine reserve (Percentage), Virtual machine limit(Percentage), Relative weight, Status Recorded as on.

    View CPU load for each VM
  • Shows virtual network settings for each VM

    Networking

    Report shows virtual network settings for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Adapter, Connection, Connection Type, IP Address, Status, Status Recorded as on.

    View virtual network configuration of each VM
  • Shows replication information for each VM

    Replication

    Report shows replication information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Replication Type, Replication State, Replication Health, Current Primary Server, Current Replica Server, Last synchronized at, Status Recorded as on.

    View replication status for each VM
  • Shows current state information for each VM

    Current Status

    Report shows current state information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, CPU Usage (%), Memory Usage (MB), Up Time, Replication Health, Currently Logged on User, User Logged on Since, Status Recorded as on.

    View current status of each VM
  • Shows snapshots information for each VM

    Snapshots

    Report shows snapshots information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Snapshot Name, Creation Time, Snapshot Path, Status Recorded as on.

    Instant view of basic details of each VM
  • Shows virtual disk information for each VM

    Virtual Hard Disks

    Report shows virtual disk information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Hard Disk Name, Format, Type, Location, Maximum Disk Size (GB), Current File Size (GB), Parent Path.

    Virtual HDD status update
  • Shows integration services information for each VM

    Integration Services

    Report shows integration services information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Operating system shutdown, Time synchronization, Data Exchange, Heartbeat, Backup (Volume snapshot), Status Recorded as on.

    View integration service of each VM
  • Shows virtual DVD drives information for each VM

    DVD Drives

    Report shows virtual DVD drives information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Mounted Media, Controller, Location, Status Recorded as on.

    Virtual DVD drives status update
  • Displays configuration information of each VM in separate columns

    All VM Settings

    This is a powerful report that lets you see all VM settings for multiple VMs. The report displays configuration information of each VM in separate columns. This allows you to compare the configuration of each VM side by side and lets you analyze VMs that have similar workloads. The information displayed contains: Startup Memory, Dynamic Memory Enabled, Minimum Memory, Maximum Memory, Assigned Memory, Memory Buffer, Memory Demand.

    View and compare configuration settings of VMs
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