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I have imported the Windows 2008 and 2012 Cluster Management libraries, installed the agent on both cluster nodes, and checked the box to enable them as proxies.

Both nodes show up as healthy, and the cluster object (mycluster.mycompany.com) shows up as Not Monitored. However, none of the virtual servers in the cluster show up under Agentless Managed as stated in this article: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/sgopi/2015/10/14/troubleshooting-cluster-discovery-in-operations-manager/

I have tried all steps in the article but cannot seem to get SCOM to recognize the virtual servers in the cluster. Is there anything else I can try?

Edit: I also see the following warning appearing every 4 hours in the event log of the cluster nodes:

A scheduled discovery task was not started because the previous task for that discovery was still executing. Discovery name: Microsoft.Windows.6.2.Cluster.Monitoring.Discovery Instance name: Cluster Service Management group name: GORN

I suspect this has something to do with it, as I don't see this warning in the logs for any other agents. Google has failed to produce any helpful troubleshooting steps.

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  • In my lab , the cluster name is listed in "windows computers" . Only, "windows operating system" column is 'not monitored' . To check the state for cluster roles , please navigate to 'Monitoring' --> 'Microsoft Windows Cluster' --> 'Cluster' --> 'Resource Group' , then , select corresponding OS resource group . – Elton Ji - MSFT Apr 19 '17 at 4:14
  • Under there I see mycluster.Available Storage and mycluster.Cluster Group. Both are not monitored. – Pickle Apr 21 '17 at 15:23
  • Generally , 'Not monitored state' means there is no monitor targeting to them . Have you imported all cluster MPs : link – Elton Ji - MSFT Apr 24 '17 at 2:18
  • Yes, assuming this one contains all of them microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=2268 – Pickle Apr 24 '17 at 17:36
  • Please try to run the following command in SCOM command console: Get-SCOMMonitor -DisplayName "resource group monitor" | fl displayname,enabled – Elton Ji - MSFT Apr 26 '17 at 6:13
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You do not need to replace the name "Resource Group Monitor" .

It belongs to MP "Windows Cluster Management Monitoring" .

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And , that MP would be downloaded from this web site .

After extracting the package , the MP appears :

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Import it gain .

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