Certainly sound advice from venkatramreddy! However I hate to ask, but this last part of the error message you sent “user
not present in Organisa… had you logged into your chef-server with admin rights and created an organization? Or were you a part of one, and now can’t connect? This message refers to that you simply are not in the chef-org, deleting an account on the
CHEF-DK side on simply the OS layer Linux or windows wouldn’t remove you from an org, it certainly would mess things up though.
So how about this, what chef-org do you want to connect to: get that first second: do you have access to that org, if not the admin can give you user rights, admin rights, and has to select all the things you can do. You would then get
an email inviting you to the org.
Lastly, it doesn’t hurt to run through the installation again, I believe you can go through a repair mode on windows, I forgot on my centos7 image, if that option isn’t there just re-install the CHEF-DK Workstation, isn’t it on your laptop?
That’s not a big deal to do and then all of your rights to use CHEF-DK will get re-enabled I suspect. If not completely remove/re-install the CHEF-DK
Lots of options thrown around, step through it logically from the CHEF-SERVER itself where the CHEF-ORG you want to get to should be there and you should be a member, verify!