Use the following procedure to reconfigure the vRealize Automation infrastructure endpoint in the embedded target vRealize Orchestrator.

Prerequisites

  • Successful migration to vRealize Automation 7.3.

  • Connect to the target vRealize Orchestrator using the vRealize Orchestrator client. For information, see Using the VMware vRealize Orchestrator Client in the vRealize Orchestrator documentation.

Procedure

  1. Select Design from the top drop-down menu.
  2. Click Inventory.
  3. Expand vRealize Automation Infrastructure.
  4. Identify endpoints containing the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the source vRealize Automation infrastructure host or if you migrated from a high-availability deployment, the load-balanced host.

    If you find endpoints containing the FQDN of the source vRealize Automation infrastructure host or if you migrated from a high-availability deployment, the load-balanced host

    If you do not find endpoints containing the FQDN of the source vRealize Automation infrastructure host or if you migrated from a high-availability deployment, the load-balanced host

    1. Click Workflows.

    2. Click the expand button to select Library > vRealize Automation > Infrastructure Administration > Configuration.

    3. Run the Remove an IaaS host workflow for every endpoint containing the FQDN of the source vRealize Automation infrastructure host .

    1. Click Resources.

    2. Click the update icon on the top toolbar.

    3. Click the expand button to select Library > vCAC > Configuration.

    4. Delete each resource that has a host property containing the FQDN of the source vRealize Automation infrastructure host or if you migrated from a high-availability deployment., the load-balanced host.

  5. Click Workflows.
  6. Click the expand button to select Library > vRealize Automation > Configuration.
  7. To add the target vRealize Automation infrastructure host, or if you migrated to a high-availability deployment load-balanced host, run the Add the IaaS host of a vRA host workflow.