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    Dusty commented  · 

    Can confirm that the issue exists in WAC 1910. The storage configuration is missing on a SQL Always On Cluster. Only the C: drive is present.

    I also tried to manage the cluster but Disk view shows no records found.

    Upon review, the issue in Get-StorageDisk is here:

    Get-CimInstance -ClassName MSFT_StorageSubSystem -Namespace Root\Microsoft\Windows\Storage| Where-Object { $_.FriendlyName -like "Win*" };

    Clustered storage has a FriendlyName of "Clustered Windows Storage on <clustername>" so it is being excluded.

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    Dusty commented  · 

    I don't think WAC is meant to be a monitoring system. SCOM seems to work pretty well for that. It even has a feature for dashboards.

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    Dusty commented  · 

    Sounds like you want a proper monitoring system. SCOM works pretty well for that. ;)

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    Dusty commented  · 

    I suspect that Azure Update Management is the solution Microsoft is suggesting. I don't use it so I can't say that it will meet all your requirements but it's probably the only solution we'll get.

    WAC is a means to sell more Azure services.

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    Dusty commented  · 

    An extension is available to accomplish this. It's the sccm.control-panel extension authored by Ken Wygant (Microsoft PFE)

    https://msft-sme.myget.org/feed/windows-admin-center-feed/package/nuget/sccm.control-panel

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    Dusty commented  · 

    Confirmed that issue persists in WAC version 1910.

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    Issue confirmed in WAC version 1910

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    Dusty commented  · 

    The missing cmdlet seems to be update-disk. When I run that on the remote server, then the disks are rescanned and the added storage now appears in Windows Admin Center. Agree that it should be part of the WAC powershell commands

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/storage/update-disk?view=win10-ps

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