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JulienSoulet
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Vcenter 6.5: Error when i try to upload an ISO on my datastore

Hello Community,

First, i know about the certificate to install on the computer before try to upload something in the datastore :smileygrin:

I have a realy strange problem, i have a vcenter 6.5 with multiple cluster.

For a Cluster i have multiple folders with specific rights.

My problem:

When i upload iso, files, ... with my admin account no problem, but when the user try he as got an error message.

2017-09-05 11_28_34-vSphere - SAN-Y-02-01 - Files - Internet Explorer.png

I'm 100% sure about the certificate, because on the same computer if y try with my admin account that working.

Any got the same issue ?

I'm thinking about a rights/role assignement problem, but in the datastore privilege menu all is allowed except remove.

2017-09-05 11_33_04-vSphere Web Client.png

Thanks,

Julien.

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JulienSoulet
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Another person on this community found the solution of this problem.

https://communities.vmware.com/message/2770442#2770442

Thank a lot to him.

J.

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LokeshHK
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what is the version of esx server? 6.0 or 6.5?

Regards

Lokesh

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JulienSoulet
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Hello,

All are on VMware 6.5, ESXi + vCenter.

J.

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LokeshHK
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Please try the following (in case not done already)

Enter the below url in browser

https://<esxip> or <name>  accept the certificate

refresh the web-client and try uploading the files again.

Regards

Lokesh

JulienSoulet
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Sorry for the delay, but isn't a certificate problem.

If i try to upload a file with my Admin user, that works but if i change with a user with a limited access to only 1 specific cluster i got an error.

Still have the problem and i'm not able to find any solution other than put this user Admin.

Regards,

Julien.

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JulienSoulet
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Another person on this community found the solution of this problem.

https://communities.vmware.com/message/2770442#2770442

Thank a lot to him.

J.

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