Error updating local id file

error updating local id file

We have created a new key ring file and have imported Root CA and Domino CA in it. After than we are adding internet certificates to the person documents using. Scan Resources: User: \. Event ID: 1001. Error: "Error Updating Local ID File - Either ID file is Read Only or Write Protected" Resolution: Right click the ID file and select. error updating local id file

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Internal error codes
Error codeMessage displayedPossible reason for error and resolution
0x80501004 ERROR_MP_NO_INTERNET_CONN Check your Internet connection, then run the scan again.
0x80501000 ERROR_MP_UI_CONSOLIDATION_BASE This is an internal error. The cause is not clearly defined.
0x80501001 ERROR_MP_ACTIONS_FAILED
0x80501002 ERROR_MP_NOENGINE
0x80501003 ERROR_MP_ACTIVE_THREATS
0x805011011 MP_ERROR_CODE_LUA_CANCELLED
0x80501101 ERROR_LUA_CANCELLATION
0x80501102 MP_ERROR_CODE_ALREADY_SHUTDOWN
0x80501103 MP_ERROR_CODE_RDEVICE_S_ASYNC_CALL_PENDING
0x80501104 MP_ERROR_CODE_CANCELLED
0x80501105 MP_ERROR_CODE_NO_TARGETOS
0x80501106 MP_ERROR_CODE_BAD_REGEXP
0x80501107 MP_ERROR_TEST_INDUCED_ERROR
0x80501108 MP_ERROR_SIG_BACKUP_DISABLED
0x80508001 ERR_MP_BAD_INIT_MODULES
0x80508002 ERR_MP_BAD_DATABASE
0x80508004 ERR_MP_BAD_UFS
0x8050800C ERR_MP_BAD_INPUT_DATA
0x8050800D ERR_MP_BAD_GLOBAL_STORAGE
0x8050800E ERR_MP_OBSOLETE
0x8050800F ERR_MP_NOT_SUPPORTED
0x8050800F 0x80508010 ERR_MP_NO_MORE_ITEMS
0x80508011 ERR_MP_DUPLICATE_SCANID
0x80508012 ERR_MP_BAD_SCANID
0x80508013 ERR_MP_BAD_USERDB_VERSION
0x80508014 ERR_MP_RESTORE_FAILED
0x80508016 ERR_MP_BAD_ACTION
0x80508019 ERR_MP_NOT_FOUND
0x80509001 ERR_RELO_BAD_EHANDLE
0x80509003 ERR_RELO_KERNEL_NOT_LOADED
0x8050A001 ERR_MP_BADDB_OPEN
0x8050A002 ERR_MP_BADDB_HEADER
0x8050A003 ERR_MP_BADDB_OLDENGINE
0x8050A004 ERR_MP_BADDB_CONTENT
0x8050A005 ERR_MP_BADDB_NOTSIGNED
0x8050801 ERR_MP_REMOVE_FAILED This is an internal error. It might be triggered when malware removal is not successful.
0x80508018 error 1019003 unable to read information from This is an internal error. It might have triggered when a scan fails to complete.

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Mat Newman

Domino Administrators ID file certificate has expired . No Problem

Mat Newman  February 22 2011 09:13:25
Came across this at a new client site today, the client knows the Domino Administrators password, but cannot use the Administration client (or any Notes client) with the Administrators ID file, because the Administrators ID file certificates have expired.

It's a pretty simple thing to fix.

EITHER:
  • Use your server's Notes client to recertify the Administrator.

OR
  • Get hold of an ID file for a user who hasn't expired,
  • Add that user to the 'LocalDomainAdmins' group,
  • Access the Domino Directory on the server and recertify the Admin ID,
  • Remove the user from the 'LocalDomainAdmins' group, conflict global terror details:

    Using a server.
    • Go to the physical domino server,
    • Browse to the Domino program folder,
    • Locate nlnotes.exe,
    • Run it.

    Yes I KNOW fatal error call to undefined function phpdefine is not a 'supported configuration' but hey, it Domino - #ThisS***JustWorks.

     
    • You now have a notes client, which you can use to access the names.nsf locally (the Domino Directory),
    • Go to 'People',
    • Choose (highlight) the Administrator,
    • Choose (from the menu) ACTIONS -> Recertify Selected People,
    • Choose the Administrators organization certifier,
    • Enter the certifier password.
    • Choose a date a long time from now (you Error updating local id file your Admin ID file to expire every two years???),
    • Done.

    The Long way - elevate another user.


    If you know the Administrators password, there is a fair chance you can still access the Domino Web Administrator using that password:
    • Log-in to the Webadmin using: http://yourserver.com/webadmin.nsf and the Administrators Username and Password,
    • Go to 'People and Groups',
    • Edit the 'LocalDomainAdmins' group to include the users name who's ID file has not expired,
    • On the Domino Console, 'load updall -r names.nsf', then 'dbcache flush',
    • Start the users Notes client,
    • Open the Domino Directory (names.nsf) on the server,
    • Choose People from the navigator,
    • Highlight the Administrator,
    • Choose (from the menu) ACTIONS -> Recertify Selected People,
    • Choose the Administrators organization certifier,
    • Enter the certifier password.
    • Choose a date a long time from now (you WANT your Admin Canon 350d error 99 file to expire every two years???),
    • Using any method you want (you've got a recertified Admin now), error updating local id file, remove the user from the 'LocalDomainAdmins' group,
    • Done.


    Hope this helps someone, this has happened a few times in the last couple of months when we pick up a new (old) Notes customer who hasn't needed to use the Admin ID in a while.

    Domino Administrators ID file certificates have expired? No Problem.


How do I resolve an unauthorized server error when I connect to the Amazon EKS API server?

I'm using kubectl commands to connect to the Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) API server. I received the message "error: You must be logged in to the server (Unauthorized)". How do I resolve this?

Short description

The cluster admin must complete the steps in one of the following sections:

  • You're the cluster creator
  • You're not the cluster creator

Then, the person who received the error must complete the steps in the You're the user or role that received the error section.

Resolution

You're the cluster creator

The output returns the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user or role. For example:

2.    Confirm that the ARN matches the cluster creator.

3.    Update or generate the kubeconfig file using one of the following commands.

As the IAM user, run the following command:

Note: Replace eks-cluster-name with your cluster name. Replace aws-region with your AWS Region.

As the IAM role, run the following command:

Note: Replace eks-cluster-name with your cluster name. Replace aws-region with your AWS Region.

4.    To confirm that the kubeconfig file is updated, run the following command:

5.    To confirm that your IAM user or role is authenticated, run the following command:

Note: EKS maps the cluster creator IAM role on the control plane side as kubernetes-admin. If API server logging was activated when the cluster was created, the entity creator can be queried. Run the following command in Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights:

This query returns the IAM entity that is mapped as the cluster creator. Assume the IAM entity role that you receive in the output, and then make kubectl calls to the cluster again.

You're not the cluster creator

1.    To get the configuration of your AWS CLI user or role, run the following command:

The output returns the ARN of the Error updating local id file user or role.

2.    Ask the cluster owner or admin to add your IAM user or role to aws-auth ConfigMap.

Note: If you have the correct IAM permissions, then you can use AssumeRole to log in as the cluster creator.

3.    To edit aws-auth ConfigMap in a text editor, the cluster owner or admin must run the following command:

Note: If you receive the error "Error from server (NotFound): configmaps "aws-auth" not found", then follow the instructions to apply the aws-authConfigMap to your cluster.

4.    To add an IAM user or IAM role, complete one of the following steps.

Add the IAM user to mapUsers. For example:

Note: Replace testuser with your user name.

Add the IAM role to mapRoles. For example:

Note: Replace testrole with your role.

The value for username in the mapRoles section accepts lowercase characters only. The IAM role must be mapped without the path. To learn more about rolearn path requirements, expand the aws-auth ConfigMap does not grant access to the cluster section in Troubleshooting IAM.

To specify rolearn for an AWS IAM Identity Center (successor to AWS Single Sign-On) 4198 runtime error role, remove the path '/aws-reserved/sso.amazonaws.com/REGION' from the Role ARN. Otherwise, the entry in the ConfigMap can't authorize you as a valid user.

The system:masters group allows superuser access to perform any action on any resource. For more information, see Default roles and role bindings. To restrict access for this user, you can create an Amazon EKS role and role binding resource. For an example of restricted access for users viewing resources in the Amazon EKS console, follow steps 2 and 3 in Required permissions.

You're the user or role that received the error

1.    To update or generate the kubeconfig file after aws-auth ConfigMap is updated, run either of the following commands.

As the IAM user, run the following command:

Note: Replace eks-cluster-name with your cluster name. Replace aws-region with your AWS Region.

2.    As the IAM role, run the following command:

Note: Replace eks-cluster-name with your cluster name, error updating local id file. Replace aws-region with your AWS Region.

3.    To confirm that the kubeconfig file is updated, run the following command:

4.    To confirm that your IAM user or role is authenticated, run the following command:


For contacts, update your import file with the correct email, then re-import the file. Error updating local id file deals or tickets, update your import file with the correct stage, status, and pipeline name, or add the custom deal stage or ticket status to HubSpot. Once you’re done, re-import the file.

File not found

What the error means

The file you selected was not found. Your data was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Verify that you have saved your file to your computer and that it is the correct file type. Once you’ve done that, re-upload the file.

GDPR blacklisted email

What the error means

The import file contains one or more emails that have been blocked from communication due to GDPR. These contacts were not imported.

How to resolve the error

The import file will still import your other contacts, but you can not add the blocked contacts via import. You can add these contacts manually, but they will be automatically opted-out of marketing communication.

Incorrect number of columns

What the error means

The import file contains at least one column without a header. The data in columns without headers was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Confirm whether or not the data in the columns should be imported, add appropriate headers or remove the columns, then re-import the file.

Invalid alternate ID

What the error means

The import file contains an invalid value imported as an email address, domain name, or record ID. The import did not create or update the record.

How to resolve the error

Update your import file with the correct email, domain name, or record ID value, then re-import the file.

Invalid association identifier

What the error means

The import file does not contain a proper unique value to associate your records. The data was imported, but the resulting records were not associated in HubSpot.

How to resolve the error

Update your import file to include a valid association identifier (e.g. Email for contacts, Company domain name for companies, or record IDs), then re-import the file. Learn how to set up your files properly to import and associate multiple objects.

Invalid enumeration option

What the error means

The import file contains a value that does not match an existing option in an enumeration property. This applies to multi-select, dropdown select, radio select, and checkbox type properties. The affected records were still imported, but the enumeration property does not contain a value.

How to resolve the error

Identify the incorrect value by comparing your import file against the property in HubSpot, error updating local id file. You can choose to update the value in your import file to match an existing option, or add the value as a custom option to your property. Once you’re done, re-import the file or manually update the property value in the affected records.

Invalid file type

What the error means

The import file is the incorrect file type for importing into HubSpot. Your data was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Convert your file to a .csv. xls, or .xlsx file, then re-import. Review additional file requirements for importing into HubSpot.

Invalid number size

What the error means

The import file contains a numerical value that is too small or too big. The affected rows were imported, error updating local id file, but the number property does not contain a value.

How to resolve the error

Confirm the format requirements of your specific property or the property type, update your file to match the correct format, then re-import. You can also manually update the property value in the affected records.

Invalid record ID

What the error means

During the import, the checkbox to update existing records using record IDs was selected. However, error updating local id file ID listed in the file error updating local id file not match an existing ID in HubSpot. The records were not imported.

How to resolve the error

Ensure that the record IDs are correct. You may need to export your existing records to get the correct record IDs. If you're not updating or associating existing objects in HubSpot, do not select the checkbox during the import process.

Invalid required property

What the error means

A required property in the import file contains an invalid value. The data in that row was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Confirm the format requirements of your specific property or the property type, update your file to match the correct format, then re-import.

Invalid sheet count

What the error means

The import file contains more than one sheet. Your data was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Remove any additional sheets microsoft visual basic run-time error 13 excel your import file, then re-import. Review additional file requirements for importing into HubSpot.

Invalid spreadsheet

What the error means

The import file is not a valid spreadsheet file. Your data was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Convert your file to a .csv. xls, or .xlsx error updating local id file, then re-import. Review additional file requirements for importing into HubSpot.

Limit exceeded

What the error means

HubSpot is unable to create the record due to a limit. Your file may be too large or you may have reached an account limit, such as reaching your max number of lists. Your data was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Confirm that your file is smaller than 150 MB, 1,000 columns, and 1,048,576 rows. The number of rows that you can import each day is also limited by your account's subscriptions:

  • If you're using HubSpot's free tools, you can import up to 500,000 rows per day.
  • For all other subscriptions, you can import up to 10,000,000 rows per day.  

These error + on load file apply to a rolling 24-hour period and do not reset at a specific time of day, error updating local id file. If the file is larger, separate your data into multiple files. Then, re-import over multiple days. If the file is the correct size, learn more about your HubSpot subscription and its limitations. 

Multiple companies with this domain

What the error means

The import file contains a Company domain name value that matches multiple companies in your HubSpot account. The import did not update the company record.

How to resolve the error

Search for the specific Company domain name value in your companies home to find the duplicate domains. Merge the company records or delete one of them, then re-import the file.

Multiple owners found

What the error means

The import file contains an Owner value that matches more than one user in the account. This usually occurs for names(e.g., there are two John Doe users in your HubSpot account, error updating local id file, and the import file contained the name"John Doe"). The affected records were imported, but the Owner property does not contain a value.

How to resolve the error

Replace the name of the owner with their email address in your import file, then re-import the file. You can also manually update the Owner property value in the affected records.

Outside valid term range

What the error means

The import file contains a value for a time period that is outside of the accepted term range, error updating local id file. The affected records were imported, but the term property does not sqlite error database is locked a value. 

How to resolve the error

Update the term values in your file to be within the accepted time range (a whole number greater than or equal to 1 month), then re-import the file. You can also manually update the property value in the affected records.

Outside valid time range

What the error means

The import file contains error updating local id file value for a time period that is outside of the accepted time range. The affected records were imported, but the time range property does not contain a value. 

How to resolve the error

Update the time range values in your file to be within the accepted time range (less than 1000 years), then re-import the file. You can also manually update the property value in the affected records.

Property definition not found

What the error means

The import file contains a column header that does not match a HubSpot property. The data in that column was not imported.

How to resolve the error

During the import, match your columns correctly by selecting an existing property or by creating a new property on the Map columns in your file to[object] properties page. You can also choose to skip importing unmatched columns.

Property value not found

What the error means

The import file is missing a value for a required property, error updating local id file. The data in that row was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Update your import file to include a value for the required property, then re-import the file.

Unknown association record ID

What the error means

During the import, the checkbox to update existing records using record IDs was selected. However, the required record IDs were not included in the files. The data was imported, but the resulting records are not associated in HubSpot.

How to resolve the error

Update your import file to include the record IDs, then re-import the file. You may need to export your existing records to get the correct record IDs. Learn how to set up your runtime error 91 object variable excel properly to import and associate multiple objects.

Unknown bad request

What the error means

The import file contains an invalid record ID that does not match any existing record in your HubSpot account. The import did not update the record, as the data does not match any existing record.

How to resolve the error

Verify you have the correct record ID. If you find an incorrect ID, update your import file with the correct record ID, then re-import the file.

Unknown error

What the error means

HubSpot is unable to process the file due to an unknown error. Your data was not imported.

How to resolve the error

Confirm that your file meets all requirements. Try to re-import after clearing your browser cache or using another browser. If you are still seeing an error, post on the Community(all users) or contact the support team (Starter, Professional, and Enterprise account only).

Symptoms

After you start the client connector on client computer, you may receive the following error message:

Cannot connect the computer to the server because either another software installation is in progress or, the computer has a restart pending. Either complete the installation process, or, restart the computer and try to connect it again.

Note This problem may continue to occur even after you restart the computer multiple times.

Note This issue occurs on the client computer when connecting error updating local id file the server in the Applied To section. The resolution steps should be performed on the client computer.

Cause

This problem may occur because an earlier software installation on the client computer has left the computer in a restart pending state, and restarting the computer does not clear the state.

Resolution

Important To fix this problem, first restart the computer.

If the restart does not fix the problem, and you want us to fix this problem for you, go to the "Here's an easy fix" section. If you prefer to fix this problem manually, go to the "Let me fix it myself" section.

Here's an easy fix

To fix this problem automatically, click the Download button. In the File Download dialog box, click Run or Open, and then follow the steps in the easy fix wizard.

  • This wizard may be in English only. However, the automatic fix also works for other language versions of Windows.

  • If you’re not on the computer that has the problem, save the easy fix solution to a flash drive or a CD, and then run it error updating local id file the computer that has the problem.

Enable this fix

Let me fix it myself

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To fix this problem yourself on the client computer, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start, click Run, error updating local id file, type regedit, and then click OK.

  2. Locate setup selfextract an error 82 then click to select the following registry subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Ati driver zero display service error you select the subkey that is specified in step 2, right-click PendingFileRenameOperations, and then click Delete.

  3. Locate and then click to select the following registry subkey:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto Update

  4. After you select the key that is specified in step 4, right-click RebootRequired, and then click Delete.

  5. On the File menu, click Exit to exit Registry Editor.

  6. Restart the computer.

Note: This steps applies on the client computers running all versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, error updating local id file, Windows 7 and Windows 8

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