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Posted on 2012-03-29
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I met a magical issue during logging in my VDI.
When I typed my user name and password, there appeared a window like below:
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Note: <1> I can use my account to log in successfully in other fellow’s computer.
           <2> other fellow also can use his account to log in successfully in my computer.
           <3> we tried to uninstall the old soft and install it again, but it doesn’t work.
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during view server install did you establish a connection to vcenter server properly

it sounds profile related if your account doesn't work on your machine
does your account work on another pc like the user that can use it
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My account really works well on other PC.
screenshotOn my PC, It stucks at this step every time like above.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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FYI
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