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Run Below Script in power shell, This will remove sitecore databases and users import-module sqlps $DBListQuery = "select * from sys.databases where Name like '" + $Prefix + "_%';" $DBList = invoke-sqlcmd -ServerInstance "**SERVERNAME**" -U "sa" -P "**PASSWORD**" -Query $DBListQuery ForEach($DB in $DBList) { Write-host -foregroundcolor Green "Deleting ...


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From Sitecore 9.2 (installing with SIF 2.2.0), you can also use -From parameter if you want to start from a particular task (skipping all previous tasks), which is very handy if your install fails towards the end. Here are examples from Install-SitecoreConfiguration.md: EXAMPLE 3 PS C:\> Install-SitecoreConfiguration -Path .\MyConfig.json -Skip Alpha,...


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Just in case it helps anyone else: I had the exact same error message installing 9.2. I ran the SQL commands mentioned in the error manually and saw that it was taking quite a while (36 seconds) to execute, so killed pretty much everything except SIF and ran it again (successfully).


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It looks like the version of PowerShell Get is out of date. You still only have the release version of PowerShell get installed. Run Install-Module -Name PowerShellGet -MinimumVersion 1.6.5 -Force


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Most of the time I see this error, the issue is with the license. The license needs to be: Up to date Valid Xml Includes the key xDB.Base. XDB.Base signifies that the license is valid for xDB.


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You can copy the SIF for a particular user or all users All users - C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules Specific user - C:\Users\<user>\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules Note - Before copying SIF folder you may need to "Unblock" by right clicking zip file -> properties -> General tab -> Unblock Refer Sitecore Document here for complete ...


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There are different versions of the Import-PfxCertificate and the Export-PfxCertificate cmdlets. The versions that come with Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 1703 and earlier do not support importing a PFX generated using the AES256_SHA256 cryptographic algorithm and result in the error that you experienced. This issue doesn't occur with the version of ...


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I know this is a bit late, but I ran into this today and found a resolution. I found the error details in the event viewer under Applications and Services Logs\Microsoft\Windows\WebDeploy\Errors. I had looked before under Applications and Services Logs\Microsoft Web Deploy which was empty. In my case, the issue was the database server name. It needs to ...


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Look for the trailing '/' in SolrUrl in your XP0-SingleDeveloper.ps1. An additional '/' is the likely culprit.


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I was able to find a more elegant, complete solution to my previous answer: https://sitecore.stackexchange.com/a/20041/556 My work laptop has many settings restricted by my organization. One of which is my proxy settings. From Windows search for "Proxy Settings": This illustrated to me that my machine wasn't fully in my control. Next, thanks to some ...


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I've found the simplest method for resolving issues with starting the service can be found by reviewing Event Viewer on Windows. Event Viewer Review Windows Logs > Application Find records with a Source of nssm Select the records with a Level of Information This lets you see the command NSSM is attempting to execute. In the screenshot above, the key ...


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