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Vsphere webaccess doesn't allow login

Posted on 2010-09-02
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Hi all,
I'm having a problem with the webaccess feature on my vcenter server 4.1.
Until yesterday everything works fine, but since this morning no one can login to the webaccess interface provided by vcenter server.
When someone try to login gets the error
"The server was unable to process your log in request.  Please check with your server administrator."

I checked the vcenter server, rebooted it, checked tomcat service, firewall permissions and so on.
I also tryied to login into the hosts' webaccess directly and everythings works fine...

Someone could help me?
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by:bobalob
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Does the VIC work correctly?
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by:Markisha1979
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Yes, VIC connections works fine.
Apparently there's non error in my environment.
Nothing in the logs, nothing in the console...


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No Ideas?
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Not very useful this post...
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I solved reinstalling VSphere.
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Reinstall isn't a solution...
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