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I am installing PowerChute® Network Shutdown  using the below guides.
I am 2 ESXi 5.0 servers in the cluster.
Do I need install VMA on both the ESX servers  or Can this done by logging to  Vcenter

http://www2.schneider-electric.com/resources/sites/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/content/live/FAQS/159000/FA159780/en_US/PCNS%203.0.1%20on%20ESXi-vMA%205.pdf

http://www2.schneider-electric.com/resources/sites/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/content/live/FAQS/159000/FA159777/en_US/How%20to%20Load%20vMA%205%20on%20ESXi%205.pdf
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You only need one VMA to manage the cluster. The VMA will send remote commands to each server that you configure as target server.
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Just make sure that both ESX servers are registered with the vMA Server.
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sorry hanccocka
What do mean by register on both the ESX servers
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you need to register each ESXi host with vMA

Vifp addserver “name of server” or “IP Address”
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