Configure vCenter Orchestrator Configuration

Posted: January 4, 2012 in VMWare

1. Before you open vCenter Orchestrator Configuration, please check serveces Vmware vCenter Orchestrator Configuration. Change Startup Type Manual to Automatic and Started the services.

2. Start – All Program – vCenter Orchestrator Configuration

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3. Default username : vmware and password : vmware.

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4. Network, Select IP Address vCenter. DNS Server is hostname form vCenter Server example : VCENTER1.domain.com. Click button Apply Changes

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5. LDAP, LDAP use Active Directory, type hostname primary server and secondary server your Active Directrory, Root type your Acritve Directory. And you “Must” create Group Security for VMware

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– LDAP Server : Active Directory

– Primary LDAP Host : 100-dcsvr-05.domain.com

– Port : 389

– Root : DC=domain,DC=com (the domain name = domain.com)

– Username : console@domain.com (this user have privilege administrator or the user member of domain admins because for started services)

– User lookup base : OU=Users, DC=domain,DC=com

– Group lookup base : OU=User, DC=domain,DC=com

– VCO Admin group : CN=VMWare,CN=Users,DC=domain,DC=com

6. Change port SQL, Vcenter Orchestrator use port 1433

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7. Database setting

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8. Server Certificate, type your detail information

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9. Type your license Vcenter

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10. Before Startup, you install Plug-ins

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CMIIW, Sorry if my language not god J thanks

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