How To Deploy Cloud Servers using vCloud Director Private Cloud

With access to Krypt Private Cloud services you can create as many virtual machines as you need within your allocated Resource Pool.
You can deploy virtual machines from the list of Catalogs provided by Krypt to your organization or even upload your own custom virtual machine by uploading your own ISO files.
 
For access to Linux templates in your organization, please contact our staff and we will gladly copy the Linux templates to your organization.
However, for access to Windows templates you will need to purchase the Bulk Windows License Pack which your Krypt Account Manager can add for you.
1. To access Krypt Private vCloud Director, please follow the instructions in KB:How to Connect to your vCloud Organization page.

2. To start deploying your virtual machine, Under "My Cloud", click "vApps" then click on the "+" sign "Add vApp from Catalog"


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3.To select which vApp Template to be deployed, look in the "Public catalogs", and choose the appropriate data center and templates, then click "Next".

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4.Name the vApp and Description, then click "Next".

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5.Place your vApp on the available "Virtual Datacenter", and name your Virtual Machine, as well as choosing the available "Storage Profile", then click "Next".

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6.Review your configuration and if everything matches your needs click "Finish"

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7.Please allow some time for the Virtual Machine to be completely deployed. Once it has finish deploy, under "My Cloud", click "VMs", right click and choose "Properties".

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8.Under "Hardware" you can change the number of CPUs, Memory size, Hard disk size, Add more hard disk, Change IP, and Add more NICs.

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9.Please make sure to enable "guest customization". This feature will enable instant IP assignment, and for you to be able to login to the VM. You also need to "Allow local administrator password". Once done click "OK".

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10. You can also share the VM to some specific users in your organization. Sharing the VM will allow that user to access the VM using the web console. To do this, please follow the KB article: How to Assign VM to Specific User(s) in vCloud Director

11.Congratulations! You just finished configuring your new VM. The last step will just be powering on the VM. To do this, Under "My Cloud", click "VMs", choose your VM, right click and "Power On"

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12.If you are unable to login using the password you set earlier during step 9, please wait until the guest customization finish setting your new password and setting the appropriate configuration of your VM.