You can use Control Center to change the default Orchestrator behavior. Create a New User in Control CenterTo avoid potential security issues, instead of changing the root password, you can create a new user account and assign it a password at any time. By creating this new user account, you disable the access of the root account to Control Center. Export the Orchestrator ConfigurationControl Center provides a mechanism to export the Orchestrator configuration settings to a local file. You can use the mechanism 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 a previously exported system configuration after you reinstall Orchestrator or if a system failure occurs. Migrating the Orchestrator ConfigurationThe Orchestrator migration tool is used to migrate VMware vCenter Orchestrator 5.5.x and VMware vRealize Orchestrator 6.0.x Windows standalone configurations to VMware vRealize Orchestrator 7.x. The Orchestrator Migration Tool bundles the configuration settings, plug-ins, plug-in configurations, certificates, and license information into an archive that can be imported into vRealize Orchestrator 7.x. Configuring the Workflow Run PropertiesBy default, you can run up to 300 workflows per node and up to 10,000 workflows can be queued if the number of actively running workflows is reached. Orchestrator Log FilesVMware Technical Support routinely requests diagnostic information when you submit a support request. This diagnostic information contains product-specific logs and configuration files from the host on which the product runs.