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OpenFiler You do not appear to have networking. Please login to start networking.

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I just finished installing OpenFiler on a VM in ESXi 5. I could not login using username: OpenFiler Password: password.
I could not login to the GUI either.
I saw this on the screen

You do not appear to have networking. Please login to start networking.

localhost login:
Please assist me with this issue.
Thanks,
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what Openfiler build are you using?
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by:dongocdung
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it is 2.99.1
I am able to login with root user account but I don't know how to login to web GUI
I have tried
https://192.168.24.151:446
but I could not connect to GUI. I am able to ping 192.168.24.151
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by:dongocdung
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OpenFiler did not show Web GUI
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I just modified the IP address of OpenFiler. Now, it works.
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by:dongocdung
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I found the solution by myself.
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