Configuring remote monitoring of Microsoft Hyper-V
This topic provides information about configuring Microsoft Hyper-V monitor type.
Microsoft Hyper-V configuration video
Click to view a short video (2:40) of how to configure Hyper-V for monitoring.
To configure the KM, set the following preferences on the Add Monitoring Configuration window.
|Monitoring Solution||Monitor Profile||Monitor Type|
|Microsoft Windows Servers||Microsoft Hyper-V||Microsoft Hyper-V|
Provide the following details
|Hyper-V Host Details||Click Add to add the Hyper-V host configurations.|
Select the monitoring mode.
Enter the Hyper-V cluster name or a standalone Hyper-V host name.
|User Name||Enter the user name to connect to the Hyper-V.|
|Password||Enter the password.|
|Confirm Password||Re-enter the password for confirmation.|
Select the authentication type that will be used for connection:
Select the type of connection protocol. By default, this value is set to HTTP.
|Port||Enter the WinRM port number that will be used for communicating with the Hyper-V Server. Default port number is 5985.|
|Device Hostname lookup order|
Define the lookup order for the hostname of the virtual machine. Virtual Machine devices are created based on the selected option.
Valid values are:
|Virtual Machine Name Filter|
Enter the virtual machine name or a regular expression to include or exclude the virtual machines from monitoring. You can specify multiple regular expressions by using pipe ( | ) as a separator.
|Virtual Machine Name Filter Type||Select whether to include or exclude the virtual machines from monitoring.|
Select this check box to enable the KM debug. The log files are located at
This option is disabled by default (check box cleared).