i just started using magento co and installed the latest version in my local machine. But something is wrong with it, i view the front-End of the store but when i try to login in Admin Panel, it doesnt go to the dashboard, and doesnt even give me a response. So i went to check in my console network and i notice a "302 Found". (using chrome)

The strangest thing is when i use for example the firefox browser,i cant even view the admin login page, it gives me redirections problems.

I dont understand what is wrong, doest someone have a similar situation?

Configuration and details:

Site url: magendo.development

Site url admin: magendo.development/admin

Magento ver 2.0.5 Vanilla Instalation

PHP 5.6.3 Apache 2.4

Local Host;

Windows 10

VHost Configuration:

<VirtualHost *:80>

    Define MAGENTO_ROOT "c:/development/magento"

    DocumentRoot ${MAGENTO_ROOT}

    ServerName magendo.development

    RewriteEngine On
    #LogLevel alert rewrite:trace8

    <Directory ${MAGENTO_ROOT}>
        AllowOverride all
        Allow from all
        Require all granted

  • Have you check your admin uri is proper? May 2, 2016 at 6:58
  • Try: ServerName localhost May 3, 2016 at 9:47

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  1. Magento 1.9 Can’t login to admin panel!

There is an error in \Magento\Framework\Translate\Inline\Proxy. There are $subject & $isShared properties in this class but method __sleep() uses '_subject' & '_isShared' as names for the props. Just rename props in the __sleep() method (file vendor/magento/framework/Translate/Inline/Proxy.php):

public function __sleep()
    # return ['_subject', '_isShared'];
    return ['subject', 'isShared'];

(the same quest & this answer on Magento Connect)

  • The bug exists in version 100.0.7 of the "magento/framework" module. This issue is appear when composer is used for installation.
    – Alex Gusev
    May 3, 2016 at 10:46

You have to check first your app/etc/env.php file at top,

'backend' => 
  array (
    'frontName' => 'admin_m2sdq',

Here frontName value is used for adminpanel url,

your admin url like,

If you can access with admin and your url is changed at that time its create issue like redirection or page not found.

So suggestion is check env.php file and set proper url to access admin.

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