Could you please be more precise on what is your ask from vrops ?
"Is there a way in the report to get a field that gets filled if the VM is a member of another object like VM groups ?"
In a view which lists the virtual machines, I'd like to get a column that says the VM groups that a VM is a member of.
But I couldn't find that as a VM property, probably because the VM group (in vSphere client) or DRS group (in vRO and Powershell) is an object linked to the Compute Cluster and in Powershell you have to do a lookup in each group to see if the VM is in it.
Does vROps know the "VM groups" and can I display it as a column for a VM ?
vROps doesn't do this out of the box. One way you could do this is to tag the VMs with the DRS group they are in. Then the tags would be properties of the VMs.
Sorry to say but this feature is not available with vrops .
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