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VMware vcops 5.8 UI what is the default passsword?

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I have just installed vcops 5.8 and am trying to get into the UI gui,


what is the default user name and passsword ?


thanks!!!!!!
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Default username "admin" and password "admin"
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by:NAMEWITHELD12
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thanks , but I tried that , I CAN get into the Command line with "root" adm "vmwware"

can it get locked out?
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i have reinsalled the vapp and make sure the times zone is correct and matches the esx host that it resides on , I can get into the Command line but cannot get into the UI GUI not matter what ........

I have also reinstalled the VCops
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