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How to enable vRealize Automation 7 Orchestrator Control Center service

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When you install vRealize Automation 7, on the main web interface you’re greeted with a bunch of links, one of them is “vRealize Orchestrator Control Center (the service is stopped by default)”. There is absolutely no documentation from VMware on how to start the service.

To start the Control Center, you need to ssh into the appliance, log in as root, and run “/etc/init.d/vco-configurator start”.


Written by vmsysadmin

January 7, 2016 at 5:20 pm

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  1. […] 503 error when I tried to enter the vRealize Orchestrator Control Center.  I found and used this article to start vRO and after that actually log in and install the […]

  2. login as a root and run “service vco-configurator start” command. Wait for few minutes and then try again.


    January 17, 2018 at 5:05 am

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