To start the configuration process, you must access the Orchestrator configuration interface.

By default, you can access the Orchestrator configuration interface only on localhost. You can configure the Orchestrator configuration interface for remote connection.

Ensure that the VMware vCenter Orchestrator Configuration service is running.

1

Start the Orchestrator configuration interface.

If you are logged in to the Orchestrator server machine as the user who installed Orchestrator, select Start > Programs > VMware > vCenter Orchestrator Configuration.

If you are logged in to the Orchestrator server machine as a different user than the user who installed Orchestrator, you cannot view the Orchestrator configuration shortcut in the Start menu. To access the configuration interface, go to install_directory\Orchestrator\configuration and double-click the VMOConfiguration shortcut.

Go to https://localhost:8283 or http://localhost:8282.

2

Log in with the default credentials.

User name: vmware.

You cannot change the default user name.

Password: vmware.

When you log in to the Orchestrator configuration interface with the default password, you see the Welcome page prompting you to change the default password of the Orchestrator configuration interface.

3

Change the default password, and click Apply changes.

The next time you log in to the Orchestrator configuration interface, you can use your new password.

You successfully logged in to the Orchestrator configuration interface. The status indicators of all tabs on the left display red triangles, which means that the components are not configured.