An error occurred while validating the server

So think of this as a reminder to also started from the start as this was the second time in 2 days I had overlooked something very basic on the assumption it was configured correctly and spent more time then I should have resolving a minor issue.When we try to onboard customer in smart reporting it gives below error:------------------------------------------------------------Error Details Status Code:404Requested URI:/onboarding/customeronboard---------------------------------------------------1.Turns out they don’t understand the setup project, so you have to do some tweaking to get it to work.There are a couple of options if you’re going to use setup projects.Let’s walk through creating a simple build definition to build a vdproj.Here’s an example: For reference, here’s how my source is structured: You can then publish the setup exe or msi if you need to.Fix the conflict and restart the Smart Reporting service .5.Remember when Visual Studio had a setup project template? Then you moved to Wi X and after learning it for 3 months and still being confused, you just moved to Web Apps?

On each individual role prerequisite check I was getting the same vague error related to global catalog server connectivity: [11/13/2010 .0428] [1] [REQUIRED] Setup encountered a problem while validating the state of Active Directory: Active Directory error 0x8007203B occurred while searching for global catalog servers in forest schertz.local: A local error has occurred. [11/13/2010 .0475] [1] Ending processing test-setuphealth Log Name: File Replication Service Source: Nt Frs Event ID: 13548 Description: The File Replication Service is unable to replicate with its partner computer because the difference in clock times is outside the range of plus or minus 30 minutes.

Validate the INFO enabled logs,if it does not shows up detailed information around cause of failure4.

Later observe that the BMC Smart Reporting service is using other Windows Service account user rather than the one used during Smart Reporting installation.

So there's really no reason not to install VS on the build machine. Hi @Neslihan The only thing I can think of is that the command line VS you are using isn't matching the GUI that you're successfully building from.

Hi @jafuentes - looks like you're source-controlling an older version of the solution - say VS 2010, and then you have a newer version of VS on the build server, say VS 2015. But I get an ERROR: An error occurred while validating. HRESULT = '8000000A' I also get this error from TFSBuild ... You'll have to get it working from the command line first, otherwise the build will never work.

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