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VCAC 6.0 : stuck in a redirect loop ?

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I attempt to log in to the vcac core appliance by opening a browser to https://<VCAC-applicance name>.companyname.com/shell-ui-app/ and I login with adminstrator@vsphere.local and the password that I know is good
 
but what i get is just a "submit" button in the northwest corner of the screen and I can not click on it . the text after the URL keeps changing in the address bar  and the "donut" ( hourglass) keeps spinning
 
the address in the url box is being redirected tot he identity appliance
 
I have rebooted the windows server that run IAAS, the Identity vapp and the "CORE" VCAC vapp and i still get this in all browsers that I trylogin-failure-Capture.JPG
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Clear browser cache.
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this was due to time synch mismatch .
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this was the issue , I figued out myself
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