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vSphere Client 5 Licensing Reporting not displaying

vSphere Client 5 Licensing Reporting not displaying

vSphere Client 5 Licensing Reporting not displaying

I recently upgraded to Vmware vCenter Server 5-U1 and vSphere 5 and if I go to Home/Administration/Licensing in vSphere and click on the "reporting" tab it just shows "This program cannot display the webpage"
I have reloaded the vSphere client and still get the same error.

I have no problem getting to the internet and the firewall is not turned on on the box.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

RE: vSphere Client 5 Licensing Reporting not displaying

You should also see similar if you go to the performance tab of an object.

Go into IE Security and make the local host a trusted site.


Brent Schmidt                    Senior Network Engineer
Keep IT Simple http://www.kiscc.com  
Novell Platinum Partner          Microsoft Gold Partner
VMWare Enterprise Partner    Citrix Gold Partner

RE: vSphere Client 5 Licensing Reporting not displaying

nope, still looks the same, and I can see the performance page of an object with no problem...

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