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vCenter SSO 5.5 - Users aren't editable when upgraded from 5.1.

I have made some installation tests (non-productive) with vCenter 5.5 on Win2008 R2.
After the upgrade of SSO, I noticed a problem with the internal SSO users.

- I can't change any user properties.

Everything is greyed out. No password change, no unlock. etc. (using Administrator@vsphere.local or other administrator)
Amazingly, I can create a new user and then edit everything I need. But all old user accounts including Administrator@vsphere.local are not editable.

I have made two SSO upgrade from different instances/configurations. Both have the same issue. It does not accur with a fresh installation.


Has anyone noticed the same problem?

How can I fix it?

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hpsbr
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With vCenter 5.5.0a this issue has been fixed.

All user are now editable.

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abhilashhb
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Yes I'm sure you cannot delete the old users too.

Abhilash B
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hpsbr
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With vCenter 5.5.0a this issue has been fixed.

All user are now editable.

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abhilashhb
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Glad your issue is fixed.

Please choose the correct/helpful answer and close the thread so others can refer to it in future Smiley Happy

Abhilash B
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I am having the same problem, and I installed 5.5a Smiley Sad

How can I edit and unlock "old" users?

TIA

Sascha

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