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rbmadison
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Any options for 2 vCenters?

Is there any option for using one update manager with 2 separate vcenter instances? It seems illogical to create a separate update manager for each vcenter since they will be distributing the same patches.

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vmroyale
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No - they will need to exist in a 1:1 relationship.

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rbmadison
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I suspected someone would say that. Seems like a waste resources but I guess thats the direction for VMs, why build one when you can build 2, patch 2, etc...

Thanks for the help!

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monreist
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Is there any option for using one update manager with 2 separate vcenter instances? It seems illogical to create a separate update manager for each vcenter since they will be distributing the same patches.

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raog
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Errr.. didnt vmroyale answer this already? The answer is no.

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rbmadison
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This is answered but I have no idea how to mark it answered. There is no correct answer button or anything.

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