where is the problem located?

A VirtualCenter login that worked correctly in the past is suddenly no longer working. It fails to authenticate with the previous login ID. Assuming there are no network problems and that all servers are up and running, where is the problem located?

A.
in the user’s account properties in Active Directory

B.
in the VirtualCenter database’s security tables

C.
in the VirtualCenter management server’s security functionality

D.
in the Virtual Infrastructure client’s security configuration settings

E.
in the VirtualCenter management agent on the host

Explanation:
VirtualCenter users Authorized users for VirtualCenter are those included in the Windows domain list referenced by VirtualCenter or local Windows users on the VirtualCenter host. You cannot use VirtualCenter to manually create, remove, or otherwise change users.

If you need to manipulate the user list or change user passwords, you must do so through the tools you normally use to manage your Windows domain.


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