The error does not occur every time I build, but it seems random on different deployment projects each time.
Does anyone have any advice on why exactly this error occurs and how to go about fixing it?
Note that I’m using the correct certificate thumbprint (starting with 22121…): You need to provide your credentials in order to execute the cmdlet.
After running this cmdlet, the WAP server came back online and the configuration could be successfully retrieved from AD FS.
Following the recipe for v126.96.36.199 from MS finally made it work for me: Microsoft Visual Studio Installer Projects Unfortunately we couldn't address all cases of the command line issue for this release as we're still investigating the appropriate way to address them.
We've worked around this issue by triggering the MSI build a second time when it fails a first time.
Not nice, but it works most of the time (error rate is down from ~ 10% to ~ 1%). I had been scouring the internet to find why exactly it was happening, and ran across numerous Microsoft replies that were vague and unhelpful, to say the least.
I'm prompted to login and I'm asked to choose an account.
The accounts listed are my company account (which is the one I'm interested in), a developer portal account and a test portal. An error occurred while validating the integration authorization. I have tried refreshing the HAPIkey and using the new value but the result is the same.