Hyper-V 10.0.3 Cluster Plugin Browse Does Not Display All Clustered VM Guests.
Some of the expected VM's may be displayed when expanding the Hyper-V Clustered plugin to the VM level or none may show.
If the 'Cluster Resource Name' is different than the actual 'VM Name' shown in the Hyper-V Management Console, then that VM will *not* show up in the list of available Cluster VM machines in the browse of the Hyper-V Cluster plugin.
This causes the Hyper-V plugin’s “GetVms.ps1” script to omit the VM’s with the name mismatch.
NOTE: 'Cluster Resource Name' is a text field defined by the Hyper-V system administrator, which may filled in automatically, but is a text field and can be changed by the Hyper-V admin.
* Product defect (Fogbugz ID # FB17636) is seen in Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V clusters, but not Server 2012 Hyper-V clusters.
In the Cluster Management Console, rename the 'Cluster Resource Name' field for all clustered VM's to the exact same name that is seen as the 'VM Name' in the Hyper-V Mgmt. Console.