You configure multiple Orchestrator servers to work with a vCenter Server instance that is connected to your vSphere Client. A default Orchestrator server is automatically configured to work with the vCenter Server instance, unless you configure one manually. Otherwise, a default Orchestrator server is automatically selected.
Verify that you have configured at least one Orchestrator server to work with the same Single Sign-On instance to which vCenter Server is pointing. You must also ensure that Orchestrator is registered as a vCenter Server extension. You register Orchestrator as a vCenter Server extension when you specify a user account that has the necessary privileges to manage vCenter Serverextensions. For more information, see Installing and Configuring VMware vRealize Orchestrator.
- Log in to the vSphere Client as a member of the Administrators group.
- In the object navigator, click vRealize Operations.
- In the Manage tab, click the Servers subtab.
A table appears that lists the available vCenter Server instances. Each row of the table contains a vCenter Server and the Orchestrator server that manages it.
- Click Edit configuration.
- In the Edit vRealize Orchestrator connections dialog box, select the default Orchestrator server to manage your vCenter Server instance.
- Select the Fixed IP/host name option and enter the IP address of the Orchestrator server.
- Select the Registered as VC extension option and from the drop-down menu, select the URL address of the Orchestrator server.
- Click OK.
You successfully configured a default vRealize Orchestrator server in the vSphere Client.