You can use this workflow to modify a load balancer virtual server.

When selecting the virtual server to modify, the fields/input parameters are not pre-populated with the existing values, as vRO does not support pre-population of composite type parameters and parameters with custom data.

Whatever values you enter in the modify workflow input parameters replace the existing values of the corresponding NSX entries. This behavior is consistent with the NSX REST API.


  1. Click the Workflows tab and then navigate to Library > NSX > Load balancer > Modify virtual server.
  2. Click the green Start Workflow icon.
  3. Select the NSX Connection object (NSX endpoint). If not set, select the connection from the NSX inventory from the vRO inventory view.
  4. Select the NSX Edge object.
  5. Select the virtual server to modify.
  6. Enter the name of the virtual server.
  7. Enter a description of the virtual server.
  8. Choose whether to enable the virtual server.
  9. Enter the IP address of the virtual server. This should be a valid Edge vNIC IP address.
  10. Enter the protocol of the virtual server (HTTP, HTTPS, TCP).
  11. Enter the port of the virtual server.
  12. Enter the connection limit and connection rate limit.
  13. Select the application profile associated with the virtual server.
  14. Select the default pool of the virtual server.
  15. Select the list of application rules associated with the virtual server.
  16. Choose whether to enable service insertion.
  17. Choose whether to enable acceleration.
  18. Click Submit.