If your vRealize Automation deployment uses untrusted certificates, before you can use remote consoles with VMware Remote Console, you must configure your client browser to trust the certificate, The steps to do this vary by browser.

If vRealize Automation is configured with a trusted SSL certificate for your environment, then VMware Remote Console does not require additional configuration on client browsers. When a vRealize Automation appliance certificate is replaced and is a trusted certificate, there is no need to update certificate information for the Web browser client.

If you want to replace the certificate, see the topic on replacing a vRealize Automation appliance certificate in the System Administration guide for vRealize Automation.

Remote connections using VMware Remote Console for machines provisioned on vSphere are secured by vRealize Automation appliance certificates through a proxy console. VMware Remote Console requires WebSockets support in the browser and browsers must trust the vRealize Automation appliance certificate. The certificate can be obtained by going to the root-level virtual appliance at an address of the form https://vra-va.eng.mycompany.com/.

For information about support requirements for browsers and vSphere, see the vRealize Automation Support Matrix.