You can use the Control Center to change the default vRealize Orchestrator behavior. Reconfiguring AuthenticationAfter you set up the authentication method during the initial configuration of Control Center, you can change the authentication provider or the configured parameters at any time. 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. vRealize 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. Enabling the Opentracing and Wavefront ExtensionsThe Opentracing and Wavefront extensions for vRealize Orchestrator provide tools for gathering data about your vRealize Orchestrator environment. You can use this data for troubleshooting the vRealize Orchestrator system and workflows. Enable Time Synchronization for vRealize OrchestratorYou can enable time synchronization on your vRealize Orchestrator deployment with the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance command line. Deactivate Time Synchronization for vRealize OrchestratorYou can deactivate the Network Time Protocol (NTP) time synchronization on your vRealize Orchestrator deployment with the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance command line. Configure vRealize Orchestrator Kubernetes CIDRYou can change the Kubernetes Classless Inter-domain Routing (CIDR) subnet masks after deployment. Update the DNS Settings for vRealize OrchestratorAn administrator can update the DNS settings of the vRealize Orchestrator deployment by using the vracli network dns command.