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VMware Can update manager 6 share the same SQL database as the Update Manager Download Service?

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Hello,

I have installed VMware update manager 6 on a Windows 2012R2 machine with an external SQL 2014 database. The install seemed to work correctly, but I am now installing Update Manager Download Service on a separate machine.

Can both applications share the same SQL database? or do I have to create a separate database for each one.

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by:Luciano Patrão
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Hi,
You can use the dame SQL server, but of course VUM needs it own DB.

Check here: https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2142791
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by:vg30e
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The article you mentioned says Update manager and VCenter need a separate database, that I understand, but I am talking about VUM and UMDS. I Already have a VUM SQL database. Does UMDS use the VUM database or do I need to set up a third SQL database?
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Luciano Patrão earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Yes is the same.
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