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I have an issue with my vSphere client as well as the web client not allowing me to use my AD credentials to authenticate.  I can get into the clients with administrator@vsphere.local / password, but not the AD credentials.  I have verified my AD in the Administration/SSO area, all looks fine, but it is not functioning properly.  I have not made any changes to try and fix it yet as I am new to this area of VMware, the only thing I did was delete the entry for the domain and recreate it in the Identity Sources area under configuration.

I can see all my dynamic AD information under Users and groups/Users and my domain, everything populates fine, so I can see the AD is integrated.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Have you assigned any permissions to your AD login?
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