Add a vCenter Server to the vSphere Management Assistant

The vSphere Management Assistant (vMA) virtual appliance is very useful for vSphere administration if multiple vCenter Servers are in use, and if you’re able to use role-based access of Active Directory. In order to establish a connection to the vCenter Server, you would install vMA and then run the addserver command

image Read the entire post at the Servers and Storage blog at TechRepublic.

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