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Vmware vcenter appliance 6.0.0 sits on login in screen

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As above.  I can logon using local admin account no problem.  
So I have also added global admin rights to domain admins but still cannot logon; Administration - global permissions - manage.  
Am i missing another setting?  Im sure this was working..
Ideas?
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Also just tried: single sign on - users and groups -groups (tab) - added domain admins to group members.
Still unable to logon
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vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 Installation Wizard,
"9 Network Settings" - "System name [FQDN or IP address]:"
Enter the "IP address" rather than the host name.
 
Web Client Login page, Enter the user id / password.
exmple: administrator@vsphere.local / <administrator password>
 
--- environment ---
Installation execution OS:
 Windows Server 2012(non R2)
 
ISO image:
 VMware-VCSA-all-6.0.0-3634788.iso
 (Version: 6.0.0.20000)
 
Deploy to ESXi:
 VMware ESXi 5.5.0 1746018
 
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