I'm using this suggested maven command to sync
mvn o11n-package:import-package -DserverUrl=user:pass@localhost:8281
(I got special characters in my username and password including '@', used '\' before the special characters)
Its throwing error: Access not allowed -> [Help1]
Please let me know if more info required. Any help will be appreciated.
Are you on Windows? On Windows command prompt, special characters are escaped with '^', not with '/'.
The error message 'access not allowed' could also mean that your account does not have enough permissions.
Thanks for the reply. Is there any way to check permissions or authenticate single users from vCO.
I currently have sso setup on vCO and the user is part of administrator group. Not sure why I'm getting 'access not allowed' error!
I can log-in to vCO client with this credentials.
I believe that escaping those characters will not help. As far as I remember there is an issue with special chars in username/password leading to incorrect parsing of username and password..
You can validate that by using username with no special chars in username/password.
If that is the case you can open customer request for this issue.
Thank you for your reply. Yes there is an issue with using special character in username/password.
I created a new user with no special character in the password and its working. Also if you have user like "username@abc" use abc/username format.
How can I open a customer request?
I haven't done it but you can search for VMWare Global Support Services (GSS).
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