Please look into this KB :
VMware Knowledge Base
As a workaround, you can either deploy the OVF/OVA directly to the host (https://<HostIPorHostName>/ui), or use the OVF Tool CLI, documented here... OVF Tool Documentation.
ex> ovftool -ds=storage1 -n=myVM C:\testVM.ovf vi://user1:firstname.lastname@example.org/?ip=220.127.116.11
Check above post
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I was able to upload the vSPhere Replication OVF file using the OVF tool.
It was a bit tricky and seriously gave me headaches on how to proper deploy it.
VMware should look about this.
ANyway, thanks for the advise!
i had the same problem,and have solved it by using another browser. you can try