How Do I Change the Name of a VM on ServiceCenter

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【Product�?
ManageOne ServiceCenter

【Version�?
2.X

【Question�?
How do I change the name of a VM on ServiceCenter?

【Answer�?
Step 1 Log in to the ServiceCenter tenant portal. Go to the VMs page, select the VM whose name you want to change, click the arrow to expand its details, click the modification icon next to the VM name, change the VM name, and refresh the VMs page.

Step 2 Click the service instance link to access the service instance corresponding to the VM. Click the arrow to expand its details and click the refresh icon next to Resource to synchronize the latest VM name to the service instance.
The VM name is changed synchronously on FusionCompute.

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