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I verify first time the logs folder of Horizon and it was empty. I run in the root site of the site next command : dotnet Authoring.Host.dll and I received next error : c:\inetpub\wwwroot\horizonsc93sc.dev.local>dotnet Authoring.Host.dll Unhandled Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: License file doesn't exist on disk. at Sitecore....


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The Horizon asset images currently listed in the /community/modules namespace of the scr have issues that the product team is helping us fix. We will push updated asset images once the fix is in place, the work is happening as we speak and we should have something updated soon. I take the blame for mistakenly pushing those asset images out to the SCR. I will ...


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Whilst the other question I referenced was a similar issue to this as it shows the same error in the browser (502.5) a different error is shown in the logs and a different solution is required. To resolve this error I had to remove the licence that was not needed from /config (e.g: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\horizon.93sc.dev.local\Config) as this was confusing ...


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The error was showing that the Internet Explorer engine is not available. But I had installed this on my system from the beginning. So try to find some other solutions and most of them were saying to update the exiting script by adding -UseBasicParsing parameter. Since I was installing Horizon first time so I was afraid of updating this. But real problem ...


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Horizon 9.3 is compatible just with Sitecore XP 9.3 You can find this information on Sitecore Modules compatibility table: https://kb.sitecore.net/articles/541788


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I was also facing the same issue, then I checked this blog https://kamsar.net/index.php/2017/10/All-about-xConnect-Security/ and System.Net.WebException: The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel. paragraph. To add permission to the certificate, please follow the below steps: Type mmc on run Go to File and click on Add/Remove Snap-in ...


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Got the fix Service "Application Host Helper Service" was not running


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Thanks Abhay for quick response. I overlooked the below steps from installation guide. After Unblocking the zip and unzip the Sitecore Azure Toolkit, then it started working fine.


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In Horizon when you try to use alignment and indentation feature, it basically adds the .rte-indent-* (where * is 1-8), rte-align-justify, .rte-align-center and .rte-align-right classes to the selected section. The Style will only work if you have the above CSS style(in your question) in your default CSS file. Here default CSS file is your website's default ...


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Horizon has limited support for SXA. In Horizon, you can open Web pages designed with SXA and edit text fields. You can also add some renderings to a page, but you must create the associated content items in the Content Editor. You cannot add composite renderings like carousels and tabs to the page. You cannot edit rendering properties in Horizon. https://...


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Horizon does not support multi-site on the 9.3 environment. It does as from Sitecore 10. In that version you can switch sites to see the content tree for the site you desire: In the 9.3 version Horizon will open with the default site. So you need to get your site as default. I don't have a 9.3 with Horizon to test here, but you could try to move (order) the ...


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This issue occurs if the Sitecore Identity Server provider is installed, but it has been disabled. The Sitecore Identity Server provider is enabled by default in Sitecore 9.1+ installations, but it can be disabled for example using the Sitecore.Owin.Authentication.IdentityServer.Disabler.config.example configuration file, provided as example in the \...


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So after revisiting this fresh, embarrassingly the logs also showed messaging about the GET request to an address that was local to the server (from my installation). I'd since updated with non-local DNS and must not have saved my change to the /Config/Sitecore.Horizon.API.Gateway.config file with the publically accessible url within this tag: <...


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You can try searching the old certificate thumbprint in the Horizon website folder. Next, replace this with new certificate thumbprint. Check if this works


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Customizing Horizon should be possible as from version 2.. (so not now). But whether you will be able to change those settings is not known. You should post these ideas on the Sitecore feedback program - subscribe here: https://www.sitecore.com/company/contact-us/product-feedback That's a question for the product team See 1... The view is not generic as they ...


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So, this was an xconnect issue, not Horizon. To solve, I have to give the Sitecore App Pool permission to my cert. Open Cert manager - In windows, click start button and type 'cert' - open the 'Manage Computer Certificates' tool Drill down to Personal/certiciates Find your certificate on the right Right click on you certificate and choose All Tasks -> ...


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In my case, installation copied the license file to subfolder \sitecoreruntime\App_Data which was wrong. When I ran dotnet Authoring.Host.dll from command line, I have received "License file doesn't exist on disk." error. I have just copied the license file from \sitecoreruntime\App_Data subfolder to parent \sitecoreruntime\. Then the app started to work


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