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Vmware update manager cost?

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Simple question but I cant seem to find the answer on Vmware's website. We currently have VMware vSphere 5 Enterprise Plus Licensed and I would like to set up VMware update manager.

Is this a seperate license or is this something that would be covered under our current license or is it free?

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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It's FREE, and it's included on the VMware vSphere vCenter Server for Windows DVD (or ISO).

So, you just install it on a Windows Server, look for the installation setup program on your  VMware vSphere vCenter Server
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Thanks, Ive done the install in the past in my test environment but wanted to make sure that we were clear for it in production.

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