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I cant connect to Vcenter by vspher client and can connect to vcenter by web clients with local admin password but that user dosent have permission to view any object . Help!

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I can connect to webclient with local administrator password but cant change anything its saying " you dont have permission to view any object" . Even i cant go to permission to add users. I cannt login from sphere client and getting error " cant complete  login due to an invalid username and password even with Local admin passwords. I dont understand  if local admin can login through web client then why sphere cant allow me. I am using Vcenter 6.02 for windows.
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Have you tried the SSO Account - Administrator@vsphere.local, and the password you set at installation of vCenter Server ?
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by:Yogesh Patel
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Thank you sir taking time to write for me. My vcenter full fqdn name is vcenter.omy.local and when i try to connect it on vcenter server itself by server: localhost with vsphere clients giving me error " Cannot complete login due to an incorrect uername and password and when i try to login with web client then its giving "error :400 server error occured " which pointing to vCenter Single Sign-On Identity Source  where i cant reach.

I can only login with webclient with vcenter server local admin password but there is not permission on any object.
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Have you tried the SSO Account - Administrator@vsphere.local, and the password you set at installation of vCenter Server ?
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by:Yogesh Patel
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Yes sir. Thats the output that i told you in my previous commend that

 "when i try to connect it on vcenter server itself by server: localhost with vsphere clients giving me error " Cannot complete login due to an incorrect uername and password and when i try to login with web client then its giving "error :400 server error occured " which pointing to vCenter Single Sign-On Identity Source  where i cant reach."
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So you cannot use the SSO account either ?

this account...

Administrator@vsphere.local
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by:Yogesh Patel
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No sir. i cant use any domain user account for SSO and getting same error.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
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you can login with this account ?

Administrator@vsphere.local

and have the correct permissions ?

when logged in as Administrator@vsphere.local have you granted permissions to users ?
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by:Yogesh Patel
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Bang on.

I have reinstalled Vcenter and now i can login with Administrator@vsphere.local.

Thank you very much for your answers. You are really an expert.
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No problems.
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by:Yogesh Patel
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Thank you sir.
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