Japimil
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SSO problem on VAMI after relocate vcenter to a new host

Hello, i have one problem after migrate to a new host our vcenter VM.

I followed vmware procedure cloning vcenter, shutdown old one and power on new one with same mac address as old one.

After this i can join to flex and html5 interface correctly with our administrator@vsphere.local as usual but when i join vami vcenter shows i do a restore and need to complete some task.

I follow assistant and join as root correctly but when i try to use my administrator@vsphere.local password it says "Exception in invoking auhentication handler User password expired." but the password for this user works fine in flex or html5 as i say before.

¿Someone have same trouble before?

Thanks

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vijayrana968
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Your question isn't clear, are you facing issue on VAMI portal or Web client?

VAMI portal will authorized with user root

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Japimil
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I explain a little more.

Web client works fine, my problem is with VAMI.

After migrate to a new host i got this:

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With root password i go to this other screen

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I know password is not expired because i can join correctly to the web client.

I reset the SSO administrator password several times

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vijayrana968
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You can test LDAP connectivity with vdcadmintool

Do SSH, then run /usr/lib/vmware-vmdir/bin/vdcadmintool.

This console loads:

================================

Please select:

0. exit

1. Test LDAP connectivity

2. Force start replication cycle

3. Reset account password

4. Set log level and mask

5. Set vmdir state

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And then reset password from here and try.

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Japimil
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We are not using LDAP connection, we are using vsphere.local domain that is default SSO domain if you are not doing LDAP conectivity.

As i say in my first post, i reset password with vdcadmintool too

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