You can use the Site Recovery Manager plug-in after you install it on a Orchestrator instance. The version of the Site Recovery Manager plug-in must be compatible with your Site Recovery Manager and Orchestrator.

You can install the Site Recovery Manager plug-in if your Site Recovery Manager sites are paired and your Orchestrator instance is configured to work with your vSphere environment.

You must configure Orchestrator to use the vSphere configuration by configuring Component Manager, vCenter Server Single Sign-On, and the vCenter Server plug-in.

For information about how to configure your Orchestrator to work with a vSphere environment, see the Configuring vRealize Orchestrator section in the Installing and Configuring VMware Realize Orchestrator documentation.

You can download the Site Recovery Manager plug-in installation .vmoapp file from the download page of Site Recovery Manager.

You can install the Site Recovery Manager plug-in by using the http://your_orchestrator_server:8283/vco-config configuration interface. For information about how to install the .vmoapp file on your Orchestrator instance, see the Install a New Plug-In Distributed as a VMOAPP File topic in the Installing and Configuring VMware Realize Orchestrator documentation.

You can upgrade your Site Recovery Manager plug-in by uninstalling your plug-in and installing the new version.

You can uninstall your Site Recovery Manager plug-in by using the http://your_orchestrator_server:8283/vco-config configuration interface. For more information about how to uninstall your Site Recovery Manager plug-in, see the Uninstall a Plug-in topic in the Installing and Configuring VMware Realize Orchestrator documentation and the following KB : http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2064575, Uninstalling a plug-in from VMware vRealize Orchestrator 5.5.x, 6.0.x, and 7.0.0 .