In order to access Virtualize, first click on Virtualize in the bottom left corner of the Runtime menu, under the administration header.
Adding a container host
To add a container host, press Connect container host at the top-right corner of the container host overview.
A name for the new container host. This name will also be displayed in the container host overview screen.
The IP-address or host-name of the machine the virtual machine is hosted on.
The port over which to connect to the virtual machine.
The password used to connect to the virtual machine. When setting up the DATPROF provided VM for the first time the user is prompted to provide a password for the VM.
Saves the current configuration, and navigates the user back to the container host overview screen.
Discards any modifications, and navigates the user back to the container host overview screen.
Editing existing container hosts
To edit an existing container host, click on the Options drop-down box on any given row in the container host overview. After this, select Edit. The resulting overview is mostly identical to that shown under Adding a container host, with the only difference being that pre-configured data is present in the data field and you cannot modify the password of the VM.
Removing existing container hosts
To remove an existing container host, click on the Options drop-down box on any given row in the container host overview. After this, select Remove.
Removing an existing container host does not impact the actual virtual machine at all. This merely removes the stored connection profile from Runtime.