DiannaB
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Re: ESX Query tool working and vCenter Discovery & Inventory not

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P.S. This rule works fine if we run it from a Windows Server 2012 or 2016 beacon.
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peterikeda
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Re: ESX Query tool working and vCenter Discovery & Inventory not

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Hi @DiannaB,

I haven't done any sort of testing on Windows Server 2019 so I'm not sure how that may factor into this. There may be a platform supportability issue with mgsipscan on v2019 but that's just a complete guess

romanmensch
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Re: ESX Query tool working and vCenter Discovery & Inventory not

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Hello Community and Hello Oliver @oqueck ,

I have a vCenter that I can read out well with the associated VMs.
Now I have another vCenter from another organization that up until now only brings the nodes.

Do you think that is true?

It is because too few rights in the vCenter ? or as here describe the reg key setting?

Thanks a lot for help

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JohnSorensenDK
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@romanmensch 

Are you sure that you've collected inventory from the virtual machines belonging to the vCenter from another organization that only brings the nodes?

Also please be aware that the registry settings in above screen shots are a bit dated compared to the available configuration options as per the latest version. Please refer to online documentation for the latest and greatest configuration options.

Thanks,

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sasikumar_r
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Hi @DiannaB 

Is Scheduled tasks is also getting disabled on the Winserver 2019 where your Vcenter rule is configured?

Thank you

Sasi

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