VMOAPP File Extension


How to open VMOAPP file?

After double-clicking on the unknown file icon, the system should open it in the default software that supports it. If this does not happen, download and install the VMware vCenter Orchestrator software and then manually associate the file with it.

Step 1. Download and install VMware vCenter Orchestrator

If there is no VMware vCenter Orchestrator or similar software in the system that supports files with the VMOAPP extension, you must first download and install it. Below you will find a list of the most-used applications that work with VMOAPP. After going to the subpage of the program you will find a link to the developer's website, where you can safely download the software installer.

Programs that open files VMOAPP

Step 2. Associate VMware vCenter Orchestrator with the VMOAPP file extension

If the user already has one of the applications installed, the next step will be to associate it with the file extension VMOAPP. This can be done in two ways - one is to manually edit the Windows Registry and HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT keys. The second way is simpler and definitely recommended for less advanced users.

  • Right click on the unknown VMOAPP file you want to open
  • Select "Open with" from the menu
  • Click "Choose another application"
  • Click "More applications"
  • Click "Find more applications on this PC" and indicate the installation location of the appropriate program
  • Finally, select the "Always use the selected program to open VMOAPP files" option and confirm the whole operation.

Remember! Manually editing the system registry is only recommended for advanced users, and changes made to it without proper knowledge may result in damage to the system.

Step 3. Check out other possible problems related to VMOAPP files.

Sometimes it happens that despite having the right application and the correct configuration, there are still problems with opening the VMOAPP files. You should then find out what is the reason of the problem.

  • Check if the VMOAPP file is not infected - When the file VMOAPP is infected with a virus or malware, it probably will not be able to be opened correctly. In this case, scan the VMOAPP file and take the actions recommended by the antivirus program installed on the system. Most often it is disinfection or deletion of an infected file.
  • Check if you, as the operating system user, have appropriate permissions to work with the file VMOAPP
  • Check if the icon is an element of the correct file but not only a shortcut to the location where the VMOAPP file no longer exists.
  • Check that the system has the necessary resources to run the VMware vCenter Orchestrator application and open the VMOAPP file.
  • Check if the file is complete - Sometimes it happens that the VMOAPP file was not copied completely from the external Flash memory, or downloaded from the Internet. When the file is incomplete, it is not possible to open it correctly. In this case, please download or copy the file VMOAPP again.

Step 4. Contact an IT expert

When all of the above methods have failed, it remains to contact an IT specialist or developers of the VMWARE VCENTER ORCHESTRATOR program.

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