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Running into an issue with my fresh vCenter 6.7 install. This is probably familiar to some of you out there so I hope you have a resolution that I can use.

 

Unable to login because you do not have permissions on any vCenter Server systems connected to this client.

 

vCenter is joined to the domain and it can resolve the user objects and user groups from AD. If I add a User Group (which I am a part of) at any level (nested in vSphere.localAdministrators, global permissions, or vCenter root) I cannot log in. However, if I add my user account to global permissions or vCenter root then it works. Nesting under vSphere.localAdministrators is not working for groups or users.

 

AD Group
Nested under Administrators = FAIL

Global Permissions = FAIL

vCenter (any level) = FAIL

 

AD User

Nested under Administrator = FAIL

Global Permissions = PASS

vCenter (any level) = PASS

 

Also, I redeployed vCenter from scratch and the first thing I did was rejoin it to AD (after resetting AD object) and tried this. Same issue.

 

For auditing reasons, management of permissions, user groups are preferred. Any help would be appreciated. For now I am just adding the team’s user accounts to the vCenter root with the Administrator role.


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