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How to add a New VM to Already Existing Recovery Plan

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I have added some new VMs to my 3 node cluster.  I am using EMC's RecoverPoint solution to replicate from site (A) to Site (B).  I am having a problem understanding how to add the new VMs to SRM v5 Recovery Plan.  Is there a known KB or simple procedure I can follow to add the new VMs to the plan.

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