I have problem on Windows Server 2019, all application which use .Net cannot be started. I have 4.8 version with all windows update. But I get this error. I tried reinstall, use fix tool for .NetFramework but i cannot fix .NetFrameworkenter image description here
EDIT: The above will install create-react-app to your current directory. To be clear, after uninstalling create-react-app globally I was no longer able to create an app via npx and received the same original error message. The best solution I've found so far is to run npm install -g npm@latest which downgraded my npm version from 7.0.14 dev build to 6.14.9 LTS build and allowed me to create the react app via npx without issue.
In versions 3.0.0 through 3.0.11, if you specify a custom proxy server, a "No network" error might appear when you attempt to log in to your WorkSpace. If you want to use a custom proxy server with the Windows client, we recommend upgrading to the latest version.
Client version 4.0 supports Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Attempting to install version 4.0 on Windows 7 or 8 will result in errors. If you are on Windows 7 or Windows 8, update your OS or download the latest 32 bit client (v3.x) from the Amazon WorkSpaces Client Download page.
With containerd v1.6.0-v1.6.3, if you do not upgrade the CNI plugins and/ordeclare the CNI config version, you might encounter the following "IncompatibleCNI versions" or "Failed to destroy network for sandbox" error conditions.
If the version of your CNI plugin does not correctly match the plugin version inthe config because the config version is later than the plugin version, thecontainerd log will likely show an error message on startup of a pod similarto:
This error leaves the pod in the not-ready state with a network namespace stillattached. To recover from this problem, edit the CNI config file to addthe missing version information. The next attempt to stop the pod shouldbe successful.
If you're using containerd v1.6.0-v1.6.3 and encountered "Incompatible CNIversions" or "Failed to destroy network for sandbox" errors, consider updatingyour CNI plugins and editing the CNI config files.
Some managed devices log the error message, INFO> |dot1x-proc:1| Sending request for Switch IP6 although there are no IPv6 configurations in the network. This issue was observed in managed devices running ArubaOS220.127.116.11 or later versions.
The VLAN-ID/Named VLAN is invalid error message was displayed for a few user roles on the managed device. The fix ensures that the managed device works as expected. This issue was observed in managed devices running ArubaOS 18.104.22.168 or later versions.
A few clients were disconnected due to the Tx fail reached maximum error. This issue occurred due to an incorrect state of variables in the AP while peer STA is in power save state, which lead to the packets being sent out when the peer STA was also in power save state. Since the peer STA was in power save state, it did not acknowledge the packets and the AP exhausted the maximum retries and disconnected the clients. This issue was observed in AP-315 access points running ArubaOS 22.214.171.124 or later versions. The fix ensures that the state of variables in APs power save state machine is updated correctly.
The Authmgr process generated the Error ERROR: value too long for type character varying(32) error message when the TACACS user name exceeded 32 characters. The fix ensures that the managed devices work as expected. This issue was observed in managed devices running ArubaOS 126.96.36.199 or later versions. 2b1af7f3a8