A fatal error occurred while creating a TLS client credential. The internal error state is 10013

Basically we had to enable TLS 1.2 for .NET 4.x. Making this registry changed worked for me, and stopped the event log filling up with the Schannel error. More information on the answer can be found here Linked Info Summary Enable TLS 1.2 at the system (SCHANNEL) level: (equivalent keys are probably also available for …

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PowerShell says “execution of scripts is disabled on this system.”

If you’re using Windows Server 2008 R2 then there is an x64 and x86 version of PowerShell both of which have to have their execution policies set. Did you set the execution policy on both hosts? As an Administrator, you can set the execution policy by typing this into your PowerShell window: For more information, see Using the Set-ExecutionPolicy Cmdlet. When you are …

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PowerShell says “execution of scripts is disabled on this system.”

If you’re using Windows Server 2008 R2 then there is an x64 and x86 version of PowerShell both of which have to have their execution policies set. Did you set the execution policy on both hosts? As an Administrator, you can set the execution policy by typing this into your PowerShell window: For more information, see Using the Set-ExecutionPolicy Cmdlet. When you are …

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how to get program files x86 env variable?

On a 64-bit machine running in 64-bit mode: echo %programfiles% ==> C:\Program Files echo %programfiles(x86)% ==> C:\Program Files (x86) On a 64-bit machine running in 32-bit (WOW64) mode: echo %programfiles% ==> C:\Program Files (x86) echo %programfiles(x86)% ==> C:\Program Files (x86) On a 32-bit machine running in 32-bit mode: echo %programfiles% ==> C:\Program Files echo %programfiles(x86)% …

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Using %PROGRAMFILES(x86)% on Windows OS 32bit

According to this the environment variable %PROGRAMFILES(x86)% is only available on 64-bit systems. However, if you are on a 64-bit system and use %PROGRAMFILES%, the result you get depend on whether the process requesting the environment variable is 32-bit or 64-bit. So from a 64-bit process on a 64-bit system you would get C:\Program Files, …

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