To install Application Services 6.1, you can create and deploy the virtual appliance in either vCloud Director or in vSphere vCenter Server. Preparing to Install Application ServicesBefore you begin to install the Application Services appliance, verify that your computing environment meets the hardware and software system requirements. Start the Application Services ApplianceYou must start the newly added vCloud Director vApp or vSphere virtual machine to confirm that your Application Services installation was successful and to complete the remaining setup procedures. Troubleshooting Problems Connecting to the Application Services Web InterfaceA few situations can cause connection problems when you attempt to access the Application Services Web interface. Unlock Your darwin_user AccountIf you do not provide the correct password after three attempts when you use the SSH client to log in with your darwin_user account, you are locked out of the darwin_user account. Restart Application ServicesIn some cases, you might have to restart Application Services. Configure Application Services to Use a Proxy for External URLsEven if you use Application Services only to deploy applications in a private cloud, some deployments might require access to URLs from outside the corporate firewall. For example, an action script might involve downloading application bits from an open-source Web site. You can configure Application Services to use a proxy for these cases. Register Application Services to vRealize AutomationWhen you register Application Services, you use the CLI to establish a connection between the Application Services environment and the vRealize Automation server so that you can access the vRealize Automation service catalog.