[WTF?] VMware ESXi 6.5 – “Cannot complete login due to an incorrect user name or password”

Hi Chappies,

Just few momenst ago I had a really dodgy issue with loggin to newly installed ESXi6.5.

I deployed it few days ago, after instalation I logged in by copying password to the VMware console from KeePass application – logged in to that box, configured SSH connectivity and done some additinal configuration. After that connected via PuTTY as well.

Today my colleague just came from holidays and tried to log in – he got following error:

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I thought that he we have some sort of different KeePass DB versions – but no.

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I was not able to log in either! So I tried not to copy, but instead to type the password in the form field – same failure.

So, I went to the server room, and tried to log in directly to ESXi using KVM – and guess what? 🙂 All went well! So I came back to my desk, tried to log in by copy/paste credentials from KeePass – instant success!

The question that still remains in my head – and I hope VMware or someone from community might answer one day – is:

dafaq-happened

Anyone able to help in resolving the “(ES)X Files” riddle?

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After sending such email reaction chain is as follows:

First you noticed that you have might clicked “Send” button, maybe you clicked CTRL + Enter combination, but you still not sure…

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