You can use the Orchestrator configuration interface to change the default Orchestrator behavior. Change the Password of the Orchestrator Configuration InterfaceYou can change the Orchestrator configuration interface password at anytime to avoid potential security issues. Change the Default Configuration Ports on the Orchestrator Client SideIf you change the default network ports in the Orchestrator configuration interface, your changes are applied only on the Orchestrator server side. To connect to the server with the client, you must change the configuration of all Orchestrator client instances or connect to the server by using your Orchestrator server DNS name or IP address followed by the new https port number. Uninstall a Plug-InYou can disable an Orchestrator plug-in, but this does not delete the plug-in file from the file system. To remove the plug-in file, you must log in to the machine on which the Orchestrator server is installed and remove the plug-in file manually. Activate the Service Watchdog UtilityOrchestrator provides a watchdog utility that checks whether the Orchestrator server service is running. The utility pings the Orchestrator server service periodically, and restarts it if a certain timeout period is exceeded. Export the Orchestrator ConfigurationThe Orchestrator configuration interface provides a mechanism to export the Orchestrator configuration settings to a local file. This mechanism allows you to take a snapshot of your system configuration at any moment and import this configuration into a new Orchestrator instance. Import the Orchestrator ConfigurationYou can restore the previously exported system configuration when you reinstall Orchestrator or if a system failure occurs. Configure the Expiration Period of Events and the Maximum Number of RunsYou can define the expiration period of events stored in the Orchestrator database and the maximum number of workflow runs. Import Licenses for a Plug-InThe set of plug-ins that Orchestrator includes does not require a license. If you add a plug-in that requires a license, you must import it in the Orchestrator configuration interface. Orchestrator Log FilesVMware Technical Support routinely requests diagnostic information from you when a support request is received by them. This diagnostic information contains product-specific logs and configuration files from the host on which the product runs. The information is gathered by using a specific script tool for each product.