Step 8. Review VMware Servers Tab

On the VMware Servers tab, the Connected VMware Servers tree can be expanded to show the PROD-VCENTER vCenter Server connection, 2 clusters, and total of 5 hosts. Selecting nodes in the tree will display information in the details pane. Configuration task links are shown in the pane on the right.

With the root Connected VMware Servers node selected, the details pane displays the target vCenter Server, its status, the number of clusters, hosts, VMs and socket totals.

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With a vCenter Server target selected, the details pane displays information on the target connection status, the number of clusters, hosts and VMs, and the placement of this targets jobs in monitoring groups. Additional Edit Connection and Remove Connection configuration tasks refer to this specific monitoring target.

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Selecting cluster jobs or individual hosts in the tree will display further detailed information in the details pane.

You can use this tab to uncheck clusters or individual hosts. This will disable the data collection for these systems, and they will not appear in the OpsMgr. Socket licenses for the unchecked hosts will be returned to the pool managed by the Virtualization Extensions Service.

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