In this KB article, we describe how to change the password on VMs that are deployed using our default "
Login to your Lumen Private Cloud on VMware Cloud Foundation (LPC on VCF) environment.
Once logged in, click Virtual Machines in the menu on the left side of the screen, then select the VM in which you want to change the password.
Observação: The VM must be powered off before we can proceed with this process. Also, VM Tools must be installed on the VM.
In the properties page of the VM, click Guest OS Customization. Click EDIT.
In the Edit Guest Properties section, select the checkboxes for Enable guest customization and Allow local administrator password. Type your desired password next to Specify password, and then click SAVE.
Once the save is completed, click Virtual Machines in the menu on the left side of the screen, and then click on the vertical ellipsis for the VM in which you changed the password. Select Power On and Force Recustomization to enact your changes.
You will see the Status change from Powered off to Powered on.
Once the Status changes to Powered on, the password on your VM will be set as desired. If you have other VMs you would like to deploy with this password and configuration, you can click vApps in the menu on the left side of the screen, and then click on the vertical ellipsis for the VM in which you changed the password. Select Create Template. Name it, customize it, and then use that vApp Template to deploy from.