vikrant_kamboj
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vcenter server error you dont have a permission . when trying to connect vcenter server 5.5 through v center client

can anybody help me , I am facing some problem related to v center server 5.5 connectivity . we are using esxi 5.5 and on this esxi5.5 we are running  VM . On this single vm  we have installed v center server , single sign on , inventory services (without any error) .  when I am trying to connect vcenter server  through v center client  one error occurred      vsphere client  could not connect to  ip add  .you don't have a permission to login  to the server ip.

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admin
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Hello,

It may have removed permissions for local identity sources.  try loging in with the default master credentials ie vsphere.local\Administartor and

add the instances. The below KB should be helpful.


VMware KB: Logging into vCenter Server using the vSphere Client with vCenter Single Sign-On (SSO) in...

http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=203575...


Thanks,

Avinash

vikrant_kamboj
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Dear avinash ,

   I have  checked these things ,in our network we are using only one domain not multiple .

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raog
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one of these users should have gotten access to VC: Administrator@vpshere.local or Administator@<yourDomain>

Try logging in with these users and report back.

Regards

Girish

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Skynetrulz
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Thank You.. I was also facing the same problem. I was able to login with administrator@vsphere.local. Thanks again.. Smiley Happy

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jgoodman
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I'm having the same problem and we only have a single domain. Logging in with Administrator@vshpere.local works but not Windows Session credentials or Administrator@domainname.com.

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amorris
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jgoodman
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Thanks Amorris! I never would have figured that out on my own. Problem Solved.

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voipguy
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You need to assign role to group or user.

Please check following link.

http://hostilecoding.blogspot.com/2013/11/vmware-users-groups-and-roles.html

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Ankur11
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Thank you very much; I am looking to get this fix since 20 hours.

Ankur

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Yocobicus
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This is valid for 6.5 as well.

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jadaboumalham84
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Thank you so much Amorris, you really made my day and that solved my problem. Million thanks

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jadaboumalham84
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Thank you so much Amorris, you really made my day and that solved my problem. Million thanks. solution on the link you sent worked perfectly: http://virtuallylg.wordpress.com/2013/09/29/vsphere-5-5-how-to-add-domain-users-to-sso/

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