Dns Name Does Not Exist Activation
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Error message 1:Windows could not be activated.Key management services (KMS) host could not be located in the domain name system (DNS), please have your system administrator verify that a KMS is published correctly in DNS.Error: 0x8007232bDescription:DNS name does not exist.
So I have two images set up based on the same VM and I am running into a strange activation error upon install. I get the error \"DNS name does not exist\" on just ONE of the images, the other one activates fine.
To confirm that the required ports are open, run telnet commands on the Storage Gateway VPC Endpoint. You must run these commands from a server that's in the same subnet as the gateway. You can run the tests on the first DNS name that doesn't specify an Availability Zone. For example, the following telnet commands test the required port connections using the DNS name vpce-1234567e1c24a1fe9-62qntt8k.storagegateway.us-east-1.vpce.amazonaws.com:
When Windows 10/8/7 could not be activated no key management service, the filename directory name is incorrect or get other error codes, just try the above methods and your problem will be solved easily. For further questions about this post or Windows activation, contact us at any time by commenting below.
Volume Licensing: Active Directory (AD) Activation Options:/ad-activation-online [Activation Object name]Activate AD (Active Directory) forest with user-provided product key/ad-activation-get-iid Display Installation ID for AD (Active Directory) forest/ad-activation-apply-cid [Activation Object name]Activate AD (Active Directory) forest with user-provided product key and Confirmation ID/ao-listDisplay Activation Objects in AD (Active Directory)/del-ao Delete Activation Objects in AD (Active Directory) for user-provided Activation Object
The error: Activation Failed (Unable to resolve hostname) could be the result of an unresolvable hostname in DNS or of activating the agent from Deep Security Manager when you are not using agent-initiated activation.
I tried this first, run only when \"DNS Name\" matches \"5555\":action-activation-constraint: (((if ( exists true whose (if true then exists dns name else false) ) then dns name else \"\") as string) as lowercase) equals ((\"5555\") as lowercase)
I then tried this, run only when \"DNS Name\" matches \"testtest\":action-activation-constraint: (((if ( exists true whose (if true then exists dns name else false) ) then dns name else \"\") as string) as lowercase) equals ((\"testtest\") as lowercase)
In the case of equals I tried run only when \"DNS Name\" = 5555\":action-activation-constraint: numeric value of ((if ( exists true whose (if true then exists dns name else false) ) then dns name else \"\") as string) = numeric value of \"5555\"
In the case of equals I tried run only when \"DNS Name\" = testtest\":action-activation-constraint: numeric value of ((if ( exists true whose (if true then exists dns name else false) ) then dns name else \"\") as string) = numeric value of \"testtest\"
The installation of agents or probes may fail if you provide incorrect activation information for the customer name, customer ID or activation key. If the installation has failed, verify that the information has been entered correctly with no errors.
If this is the case, ensure the probe is using a domain admin account, by reinstalling the probe with its activation key and provide the new credentials during the installation. If that does not correct the issue, then the target device does not have any record of this account and it can be pushed by a group policy or can be done manually on each device using the steps below on the target device.
Have you maybe modified your nameservers recently If you switch nameservers,you pull the carpet under your existing DNS records. Please ensure your actualnameservers serve the right email DNS records, most importantly the MX ones!
The API key you are using does not have permission to carry out the request. Send a GET request to the /user/me endpoint and find the access_roles.name value to identify the key's authorization level.
BusName= should be set for all services connecting to D-Bus.(i.e. it is a must for those where Type=dbus,but might make sense otherwise, too)Omit this option if your service does not take a name on the bus.
The - on the EnvironmentFile= lineensures that no error messages is generatedif the environment file does not exist.Since many of these files were optional in sysvinit,you should include the - when using this directive.
Traditionally,bus activated D-Bus services could not be disabledwithout uninstalling them entirely.systemd allows you to disable servicesby making D-Bus invoke an alias systemd service name(that can be created or removed to enable/disable activation)as an intermediary for the real service.
You can easily implement disablingby directing the D-Bus service to an alias name of the real service file(in the filesystem this shows up as a symlinkplaced in /etc/systemd/system to the real service file).This alias is then controlled via systemctl enable and systemctl disable.It is a good idea(though technically not necessary)to name this alias name after the D-Bus bus name of the service,prefixed with dbus-.Example for Avahi, a service that the admin might need to disable:set SystemdService=dbus-org.freedesktop.Avahi.serviceinstead of SystemdService=avahi-daemon.service in the D-Bus activation file,and then make dbus-org.freedesktop.Avahi.service an optional alias of avahi-daemon.servicethat can be controlled via the Alias= directivein the [Install] section of the systemd service file.This directive is then read by systemctl enable and systemctl disableto create resp. remove a symlinkto make the service available resp. unavailable under this additional name.A full example for the Avahi case:
A fixed license key always follows the format of 4 groups of 4 characters. This is an older and less flexible method of activating your Access Server to unlock more connections. You cannot change the licensed amount of an existing fixed license key after purchase and activation, and you can only activate the key once on an Access Server. It is also the only licensing method that works on a server that has no Internet access at all, as there is an offline activation method available for this type of software license. Fixed license keys can look like this:
Please note that a fixed license key can be activated only once. Therefore removing it from an Access Server doesn't mean it becomes available again for activation on another server. There is no way for you to 'unactivate' a fixed license key. That can only be done by us. If you have the need to activate a valid license key on another installation, then please contact our support department to request that your license key be made ready to move to another Access Server.
In the event that an online activation is impossible, either due to very strict firewalls that you have no control over, or because of the fact that the Access Server installation is located in a purely local network without any Internet access, then an offline activation may be done instead. There are two possibilities. You can either do the offline activation yourself using a second (temporary) Access Server installation that does have a connection to the Internet, or you can relay the required hardware information file to us through our support ticket system, together with the license key you want to activate, and let us do the offline activation for you. After the offline activation procedure you will end up with an activated xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx.lic file which must be placed back on your server for the license key activation procedure to be completed.
If the activation fails for some reason, you may want to verify that access to our activation servers at licensing.openvpn.net or licserv.openvpn.net on port TCP 443 is possible. If contact is not possible because you are behind a proxy server, or because there is no Internet access, then you cannot use the normal method of activation. The fixed license key activation method specifically does not support working through a proxy server. It must have a direct connection to licensing.openvpn.net or licserv.openvpn.net.
If you activate a license key and you see the message SESSION ERROR: SESSION: Your session has expired, please reauthenticate (9007) or then one of the most likely explanations is that either the DNS settings are still somehow wrong in the operating system that the Access Server is installed on, or that Internet access to the licensing server was not possible for some reason or another. Now if you know for a fact that your Access Server does not have Internet access, and will not get any Internet access either, because that's how you set things up and that's your intention, then you can skip ahead and look at the offline activation steps since the troubleshooting steps below won't be able to fix your issue.
Press ctrl+x, then press y, and then press enter, to save and exit the file.The changes should take effect immediately. Test again if you can now ping www.google.com. If you now can and previously you couldn't then it seems your DNS problem is now resolved. You can now attempt activation of the license key. If it still not resolved there is one final thing you can try. Some providers, especially in a country like China, do DNS poisoning, which results in false IP address results for a DNS query, thus blocking the activation process. By editing the local hosts file, which is a file with host names and IP addresses that will be referenced before asking a DNS server, it is possible to manually specify which IP address to use when contacting our licensing server. To do so follow the commands below. 1e1e36bf2d