This information is intended for users who want to install and configure the vRealize Orchestrator plug-in for vSphere Client (HTML5-based GUI). This installation guide assumes that the user is experienced with:
VMware vSphere and VMware vSphere Client
vRealize Orchestrator and the vCenter Server plug-in for vRealize Orchestrator.
Verify that you have a running instance of vRealize Orchestrator, version 7.6, in a standalone deployment. For information about setting up vRealize Orchestrator, see Installing and Configuring VMware vRealize Orchestrator at https://docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Orchestrator/.
Verify that the server is configured with vSphere Authentication and that it is registered with a vCenter Single Sign-On server. You must register vRealize Orchestrator with vSphere authentication to the same Platform Services Controller that your vCenter Server authenticates with. For more information, see Configure a Standalone Orchestrator Server with vSphere Authentication at https://docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Orchestrator/.
You must configure the vCenter Server plug-in and define the connection parameters between the Orchestrator and the vCenter Server instances you want to orchestrate. For more information, see Configuring the vCenter Server Plug-In at https://docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Orchestrator/.
Install vRealize Orchestrator Plug-in
FTP client available on your local operating system.
vcoin-html-plugin.zip file downloaded on your local file system.
Register the Orchestrator server as a vCenter Server extension
First you must register the vRealize Orchestrator server as an extension of vCenter Server.
The current version of the plug-in relies on the same vCenter Server extension that is required by the legacy vRealize Orchestrator plug-in for vSphere Web Client (Flex-based GUI).