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    Hello,

    I have 2 systems which are in an isolated network for Testing

    1st system with 8GB RAM ESXi 5.1 installed
    2nd system with 2GB RAM with Windows 7, vSphere client installed

    -- I have installed Windows 2003 ENT SP2 x64 in the ESXi
    -- On 2k3 i have installed vCenter simple install
    -- i dont have a domain network so have provided physical IP's

    -- from Win7 using vSphere Client i am able to open ESXi console.
    -- when i try to open the vCenter console i get error as in the image.

    please help me on how can i get rid of this and login to the vCenter
    OR
    Is there any step by step method that i can follow to install vCenter without having systems in any Domain.
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    Re: cannot log into vCenter

    Originally posted by amit_m04 View Post
    Hello,

    I have 2 systems which are in an isolated network for Testing

    1st system with 8GB RAM ESXi 5.1 installed
    2nd system with 2GB RAM with Windows 7, vSphere client installed

    -- I have installed Windows 2003 ENT SP2 x64 in the ESXi
    -- On 2k3 i have installed vCenter simple install
    -- i dont have a domain network so have provided physical IP's

    -- from Win7 using vSphere Client i am able to open ESXi console.
    -- when i try to open the vCenter console i get error as in the image.

    please help me on how can i get rid of this and login to the vCenter
    OR
    Is there any step by step method that i can follow to install vCenter without having systems in any Domain.
    Have you configured access accounts in the web access client??

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    • #3
      Re: cannot log into vCenter

      Are both systems in the same subnet?

      Your error looks like a basic network connectivity error.

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      • #4
        Re: cannot log into vCenter

        Originally posted by joeqwerty View Post
        Are both systems in the same subnet?

        Your error looks like a basic network connectivity error.
        Yeah it does look like that but I've only just fixed an issue where our users would experience the same thing logging into vCenter.

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