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- Error message “The file is either corrupted or does not have the latest credentials associated with recovery service. (ID: 34513) “
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Category Archives: Windows
It is common knowledge now that Microsoft has released Azure services in Australia to both Sydney and Melbourne. Microsoft’s documentation however is still coming up to speed even months after the announcement. One Read the rest of the entry…
A few weeks ago I made the terrible mistake of losing track of where I was up to in my notes, skipped ahead a little before getting back on track. Read the rest of the entry…
Error message “The file is either corrupted or does not have the latest credentials associated with recovery service. (ID: 34513) “
Consider the following scenario You’re using Microsoft Azure Recovery Services to backup a Windows Server The new vault credentials file is less than two days old or is allowed to “reregister” There are Read the rest of the entry…