Using the new VMware vSphere Management Assistant (vMA)

by David Davis on November 13, 2009

Did you know that VIMA has been renamed to vMA ? Or do you have any idea what VIMA and vMA are and how they can help you manage your vSphere infrastructure from the command line?

Read my new article – Using the new VMware vSphere Management Assistant (vMA) – to find out the answers to all of these questions and learn how and where to download and install vMA!

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Mike Foley 11.13.09 at 7:14 pm

Just in case anyone is interested, I’ve tested the RSA SecurID PAM authentication module with vMA and it works. Look for official support from RSA soon!

RSA, the Security Division of EMC

tux@free-esxi 01.21.10 at 7:19 am

is there a 32bit version of vMA, because I can’t use it as it is 64bit and doesn’t run on my 32bit esxi server. Thanks

jim 04.14.10 at 6:56 am

I have looked “google” for a 32bit version with no luck, has any one seen vMa in 32bit

Rich Larkum 04.11.11 at 3:34 am

Hi David,
Thanks for the article. I viewed it using Chrome browser and noted that all the screen-shots are out of order.

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