No , I am not looking for SNMP tools.
Let me explain you the actual requirement. I have script that creates the windows vms dynamically. I cannot contact these vms from my desktop through the existing script(using Win32::OLE, psinfo,and other WMI protocols), since VMs are behind firewall.So I created a Linux VM in the same subnet. I can talk to the Linux machine through SSH protocol.Now I want a script that can fetch the information like cpucount, memory and disk size of the neighbor Windows VMs. I have the Admin password for these vms.I would want my script to be light weight and easy run on the Linux server.
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