TomHowarth
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Connect-CIServer errors with NOT_ACCEPTABLE: The request has invalid accept header: . Supported API versions are: [31.0,

I have a two vCD 9.5 environments, one utilizing Centos based vCD Cells and one using the vCD 9.5 appliance.

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On entering the above command with the correct FDQN of a cell and entering the correct user credentials (administrator equivalent) I receive the above return error message.

Google is of no help.

Tom Howarth VCP / VCAP / vExpert
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RvdNieuwendijk
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Which version of PowerCLI are you using? According to the VMware Product Interoperability Matrices, only PowerCLI 11.0.0 and later versions are compatible with vCloud Director 9.5

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TomHowarth
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The latest,  upgraded to 11 as I thought that was the issue,  that said, I wonder if there are some legacy cmdlets hanging arround.

Tom Howarth VCP / VCAP / vExpert
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Blog: http://www.planetvm.net
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TomHowarth
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You were correct Robert, there was to 10 versions hanging around,  cleared them up and the error as changed to:

An error occured while sending the request.

I can see the request reaching the server but the cell tears down the connection instantaneously. 

it is as if there credentials do not have access to vCloud, but when I enter the command with incorrect credentials the response returned is

Unable to connect to vCloud Server XXXXXX:443/api . The server returned the following: Unauthorized

as expected.

Tom Howarth VCP / VCAP / vExpert
VMware Communities User Moderator
Blog: http://www.planetvm.net
Contributing author on VMware vSphere and Virtual Infrastructure Security: Securing ESX and the Virtual Environment
Contributing author on VCP VMware Certified Professional on VSphere 4 Study Guide: Exam VCP-410
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RoyalFlash
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Hi all,

what is the solution?

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