After you deploy the vCenter Host Gateway appliance, you can change the configuration settings by using the Web configuration UI of the appliance.

You can restart the vCenter Host Gateway service by using the vCenter Host Gateway appliance. If the host name or the certificate of vCenter Host Gateway changes, you must restart the service.

You can change the time synchronization of the vCenter Host Gateway appliance after the deployment. Synchronization is required when the NTP servers change to ensure the successful registration with the Platform Services Controller.

You can change the network configuration of the vCenter Host Gateway appliance when, for example, your network connection changes.

If you connect through a corporate firewall, you can configure the vCenter Host Gateway proxy settings.

You can unregister the vCenter Host Gateway service from the Platform Services Controller, and change the registration settings.

You can change the password of the vCenter Host Gateway after you deploy the appliance.

You must reboot the vCenter Host Gateway appliance when the network or hardware configuration changes, or after you update the software updates.

You can download a support bundle for the vCenter Host Gateway appliance. The support bundle contains the log files of the appliance.