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  1. Cipher

    E&B unplayable

    I'm very sorry that so many of you are experiencing this problem, we'll definitely try to get this resolved as soon as we can.
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    E&B unplayable

    You can use any file upload service that will accept the file and link it here or link it in a private message to me. One such service you might use is mega.nz
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    E&B unplayable

    If you can get this to happen again, then could you create a memory dump before closing the process? You can do so by right-clicking the process in task manager then clicking 'Create dump file'. The file will probably be close to 100MB.
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    Microsoft buys Github

    Seems that a lot of people are jumping ship and headed for GitLab and one or two others. I think I'll do the same. For what it's worth, GitLab has a feature to automagically migrate your GitHub repos over to GitLab.
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    Cant log in.

    I've moved this to a more appropriate section of the Forums. We haven't, at least to my knowledge, had any reports of people not being able to log into the game in the way that you are describing. In case you decide to give it another try (and I would definitely recommend reaching out for help rather than just giving up, that's what we're here for): Was Megan telling you that your user/pass were incorrect, were you experiencing an INV-300, or was there another problem? If you were being told that your user/pass were incorrect, are you sure that you were logging in with a game account and not your net-7 / master account?
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    Welcome home! If you run into any issues please don't hesitate to let us know. Hope to see you in space.
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    Steam: is it possible???

    No - the only way that the game could be put onto steam officially is if the original publisher (EA Games) submitted it.
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    Cant log in

    We're going to need more information to be able to figure out what is causing this issue. Please provide the following: Your operating system If you have a third-party (e.g. not built into Windows) firewall enabled Have you verified that your system time is correct? The contents of authlogin.log found at <EnB Install>/release/authlogin.log
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    Window mode only

    Hmm that's odd, let's try disabling fullscreen optimizations for Earth and Beyond: Locate client.exe in your EnB install: (<Earth & Beyond>/release/client.exe) Right click client.exe and click Properties In the Compatability tab, you should see a checkbox called "Disable fullscreen optimizations" - You want to make sure this is checked. Let me know how this goes.
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    unable to log in

    Have you tried reinstalling the Net7 Launcher yet? This is generally a sign that the Launcher is detecting that you're on the wrong version of the Launcher or that something is wrong. Could be resolved by re-installing.
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    Returning Player getting INV-300

    Awesome! Glad to have you guys in-game again. Hopefully this week I can submit a patch for the Launcher to detect and resolve these kinds of problems automatically so nobody else has the same problem. Tsaavik, getting Valid=false on that page is actually the expected output when you visit in the browser, don't worry about it. As long as you're able to get in now you should be fine. If you guys have any other problems don't hesitate to PM me on the forums and I'll do what I can to help.
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    Returning Player getting INV-300

    Make sure you install the X3 certificate per the instructions in my last post before trying. Without the X3 intermediate certificate installed it will still fail.
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    Returning Player getting INV-300

    His CAPI2 logs showed that it's failing to connect to LE's revocation server. It also shows that the certificate issuer is <IssuerCertificate fileRef="3EAE91937EC85D74483FF4B77B07B43E2AF36BF4.cer" subjectName="Let's Encrypt Authority X1" /> Here's the CRL info from his CAPI2 log. - <CertVerifyRevocation> <Certificate fileRef="FD2ACFB6ED0D9CACF6BD955E3DBDB150E6157391.cer" subjectName="www.net-7.org" /> <IssuerCertificate fileRef="3EAE91937EC85D74483FF4B77B07B43E2AF36BF4.cer" subjectName="Let's Encrypt Authority X1" /> <Flags value="4" CERT_VERIFY_REV_ACCUMULATIVE_TIMEOUT_FLAG="true" /> <AdditionalParameters timeToUse="2018-04-12T01:25:26.196Z" currentTime="2018-04-12T01:25:26.202Z" urlRetrievalTimeout="PT19.997S" /> <RevocationStatus index="0" error="80092013" reason="0" /> <EventAuxInfo ProcessName="LaunchNet7.exe" /> <CorrelationAuxInfo TaskId="{D088C52C-D432-43F7-8EC8-3787065A366F}" SeqNumber="28" /> <Result value="80092013">The revocation function was unable to check revocation because the revocation server was offline.</Result> </CertVerifyRevocation> KSerge & tsaavik: Can you both check your User Certificate store? Open the User Certificate MMC console by opening the Control Panel, searching for 'user certificate' and clicking 'Manager User Certificates'. On the left side, open Intermediate Certification Authorities, then Certificates Very which Let's Encrypt Certificate(s) you have, you should see something like the picture below: If you do not have a "Let's Encrypt Authority X3" certificate: Download the Intermediate Certificate @ https://letsencrypt.org/certs/lets-encrypt-x3-cross-signed.pem.txt Rename the certificate to use the .cer extension rather than the .pem.txt extension. Double click on the certificate and click on [Install Certificate] Choose the "Place all certificates in the following store" option and store it in "Intermediate Certification Authorities" (If you have / Installed the X3 certificate) If you have a "Let's Encrypt Authority X1" certificate: Right click the certificate and click Delete The X1 certificate has been retired since 2016
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    Returning Player getting INV-300

    There shouldn't be any personal or dangerous information but feel free to look through it yourself first to be sure if you're worried. You can also just message me the data in a private message.
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    Returning Player getting INV-300

    Alright well that at least helps narrow the problem down a little bit. I would be interested to see what your CAPI2 logs contain once you re-enable server certificate revocation checking. To enable CAPI2 logging: Re-enable Server Certification Revocation checks (see above post) Launch Event Viewer (eventvwr) Open the Applications and Services Logs category on the left side Navigate to Microsoft/Windows/CAPI2. In the tree view on the left side still, right click 'Operational' and click 'Enable Log' Reboot your system Once CAPI2 logging has been enabled and the CRL checks are re-enabled try getting the INV-300 on EnB again, then navigate to CAPI2/Operational again and see if any events have been generated.