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Hi,

is it possible/supported to run the vCenter Orchestrator Service not as SYSTEM-account, but as another (administrative) user?

If yes, is this account also used for system-calls in workflows (execute commands, e.g.)?

Cheers,

joerg

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pcerda
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According to vCenter Orchestrator documentation, to run and use Orchestrator, you must use a local system account for the machine on which Orchestrator is installed.

Check out this link (page 19): http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vco_410_install_config_guide.pdf






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According to vCenter Orchestrator documentation, to run and use Orchestrator, you must use a local system account for the machine on which Orchestrator is installed.

Check out this link (page 19): http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vco_410_install_config_guide.pdf






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Si encuentras que esta o cualquier otra respuesta ha sido de utilidad, vótalas. Gracias.

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:smileyshocked: RTFM...

thanks for clarification!

cheers,

joerg

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