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why dost thou cuss at me - VeeamOne Log

Post by vdellachiesa » Feb 17, 2016 9:39 pm

I found a couple of interesting oddities within VeeamOne Business View today
1)misspelling while troubleshooting vSphere tagging rules within VeeamOne today:
a.Session Statistics – Failed to assing vSphere Tag. See logs for more details
i.Sometimes we just have to laugh people, enjoy yourself

2)When navigating the VeemaOne tabs and authenticated as myself I see my id logged in for 6 of the 7 tabs, but when I click the Configuration tab I see the logged in as user change to the VeeamOne service account

Screenshots can be provided

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Re: why dost thou cuss at me - VeeamOne Log

Post by Vitaliy S. » Feb 18, 2016 9:37 am

Hello,

1. Noted and asked to fix this, thanks ;)
2. Yes, can you please post a screenshot for that?

Thank you!

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Re: why dost thou cuss at me - VeeamOne Log

Post by starview » Mar 09, 2017 3:47 pm

vdellachiesa wrote: 2)When navigating the VeemaOne tabs and authenticated as myself I see my id logged in for 6 of the 7 tabs, but when I click the Configuration tab I see the logged in as user change to the VeeamOne service account
I have the same issue. In addition to the user switching to the service account I cannot add, edit, or delete anything under the "groups", it's all grayed out. Both the service account and my login account are added to the "Veeam one Administrators" group.

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Re: why dost thou cuss at me - VeeamOne Log

Post by Shestakov » Mar 11, 2017 11:59 am

starview,
What product version are you at?
Thanks!

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