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Mac Security Software Already Exists ~UPD~


If you got Destination path XXX already exists means the name of the project repository which you are trying to clone is already there in that current directory. So please cross-check and delete any existing one and try to clone it again




Mac Security Software Already Exists


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Today, we'll add another installment to the series by covering an issue you might bump into when following Git tutorials over the web: the "remote origin already exists" error. As far as Git error messages go, this one is pretty straightforward, unlike other weirder messages. It clearly states what the problem is: you're trying to add a remote called origin, but you already have one with that name. That's not that different from your operating system preventing you from creating a file with the same name as an already existing file.


This is not a joke, I promise you. Here's the thing: Sometimes, you might get the "remote origin already exists" error when following a tutorial that has some step asking you to add a remote called origin. If you try to run the command and get the error message, it's possible that you've already executed that command and don't remember.


I'm trying to help someone out with their Thunderbird install.The problem started with 4 out of 5 of his accounts were working on Thunderbird, but a 2nd Gmail account gave message incoming server already exists. We had him rename that account - still same error.He uninstalled and reinstalled a newer version of Thunderbird - still same error.Then we went nuclear and had him uninstall Thunderbird, then delete his Thunderbird profile after verifying he was on IMAP and that he would lose no data.


Ever since then, now he gets "incoming server already exists" no matter which e-mail account he tries to add.We had him uninstall and delete all Thunderbird folders. Same problem.We had him try Thunderbird 38, 45, and the latest version of Thunderbird. Same problem. He calls us "mate," so we think he is in UK, Australia or NZ, so we always sent him official Thunderbird ftp links that let him pick by country.Suspecting that he might be doing something wrong in deleting the profile or adding accounts, we had him create a new Windows user account to be sure. In the new user account, he gets the same problem. Very perplexing.


Edit: I should also mention that he says that when he tries to add an e-mail account, it stays stuck on "Checking password" for about an hour before it produces the "incoming server already exists" message.


If he gets "incoming server already exists" error message at the first attempt to create a mail account after following instructions, then it is likely he did not correctly delete the 'Thunderbird' folder that contains the 'Profiles' used. That error message would mean he was accessing the same old original profile and the 'profiles.ini' file still existed and pointed to it. Hence the need for deleting the User Account > Application Data > 'Thunderbird' folder that contains everything.


Also on this date, Microsoft will stop providing Microsoft Security Essentials for download on Windows XP. (If you already have Microsoft Security Essentials installed, you will continue to receive antimalware signature updates for a limited time, but this does not mean that your PC will be secure because Microsoft will no longer provide security updates to protect it.)


On Context Visibility screen, try to do an import from a CSV file that contains that MAC address. When you import a CSV if the MAC address exists ISE simply updates the information on the MAC address. It shouldn't complain that already exists. I am curios to see if anything shows up after you do the import.


JFrog CLI optimizes both upload and download operations by skipping artifacts that already exist in their target location. Before uploading an artifact, JFrog CLI queries Artifactory with the artifact's checksum. If it already exists in Artifactory's storage, the CLI skips sending the file, and if necessary, Artifactory only updates its database to reflect the artifact upload. Similarly, when downloading an artifact from Artifactory if the artifact already exists in the same download path, it will be skipped. With checksum optimization, long upload and download operations can be paused in the middle, and then be continued later where they were left off.


My authorization rules allow ONLY Registered Device to access. During the testing I deleted a client's MAC from Endpoint Identity Group List > RegisteredDevices. Then I try to register the device again through My Devices portal. Error show "Device ID already exists".


Each time you copy an item to a client, you can select the location and owner of the copied file, the network bandwidth used, and the action to take in case of failure or duplicate files. These options (where to place items, if an item already exists, and setting item ownership) are listed below.


When using Wirecast to record, I am receiving an error message that tells me the file already exists, even when it doesn't. The file recording always turns out fine, so there is no issue on that side.


Someone please tell me that there is a solution now. I am logged into my Microsoft account on two different tabs but when I go to accept an invite for Microsoft Office 365 family and I go to log in.. It says my account does not exist. When I go to "make a new one", it says that the account already exists and that I should try logging in. This is extremely frustrating. I am in a new position at my job and I need this in order to begin working immediately.


$ security list-keychains$ security create-keychain -p ******** jenkins-iOS-Client-Devsecurity: SecKeychainCreate jenkins-iOS-Client-Dev: A keychain with the same name already exists.ERROR: Failed to create a keychainFinished: FAILURE


It worked for me too.security delete-keychain jenkins-jobName The problem is that if the build crashes (for any other reason) it removes the jobName and on the next build (Let's say that the other problem was causing the crash has been fixed) 'security delete-keychain jenkins-jobName' tries to remove jobName which has been removed on last build already and therefore it crashes again since it can't find the jobName.Is there anyway to ensure that jobName does exist before trying to delete it?Or any other ideas please?


If the folder that you are looking for already exists, you will see the error message, "Pre-Installation failed : Another version of this product is already installed. Installation of this version cannot continue. To configure or remove the existing version of this product, use Add/Remove Programs on the Control Panel.", when you check the deployment status. Endpoint Central will not install the package that you created.


The problem that we've recently discovered is that you can sniff a MAC address from an Aruba AP and use any connected MAC address to use as the username/password and gain full access to the SSID as long as that Mac Address obiviously already exists as a valid account in Active Directory.


All operating systems in an IPv4 Ethernet network keep an ARP cache. Every time a host requests a MAC address in order to send a packet to another host in the LAN, it checks its ARP cache to see if the IP to MAC address translation already exists. If it does, then a new ARP request is unnecessary. If the translation does not already exist, then the request for network addresses is sent and ARP is performed.


Hello! I wanted to include the following library in my Arduino IDE code: #include , but I got an error saying that "AltSoftSerial.h: No such file or directory". So, I wanted to include the zipfile of the library, but then the error said that "the library already exists". This question has already been asked a few times on the forum, but I did not find an answer that worked for me, because people responded by saying that the library was in the sketchbook and that it had to be deleted. I looked into my sketchbook and found nothing:arduinovraag2963137 4.11 KB


Subsequent runs of the recovery plan fail at the same Configure Storage step for the same virtual machine with the error The specified key, name, or identifier already exists.. If you look in the vCenter Server Inventory, you see two virtual machines with the same name as the failed virtual machine, one of which is in the Discovered Virtual Machines folder. This problem is caused by a known communication issue between vCenter Server and the ESXi Server instance.


If you perform a test recovery too rapidly after performing a cleanup following a previous test recovery, the recovery can fail with the error File already exists. This usually occurs if you run the test recovery from automation code, rather than from the SRM interface.


Getting the following error when running the keytool genkey command on the Spectrum OneClick system to generate a new cert:keytool error: java.lang.Exception: Key pair not generated, alias already exists


Thanks for your reply, that is exactly what i am doing. However, as the original OP i cannot add my rule. I want to prioritize the device i am connecting from (or any other it doesnt affect the problem). So i am selecting the radio button and the fields are auto populated. If i dont change the auto generated name when i try to apply there is an error 'Rule name already exists', if i edit the name it says ' Rule already exists'. But i have no MAC address rules applied?


A multiple occurrence of the error 'CmAct license control: CM 9008, A matching CmActLicense license already exists, Error 266 (ID: ERROR_0003)' in the CodeMeter License Central protocol and the event WB266 in the CodeMeter protocol can be caused by a locally bound or not 'fully' released CmActLicense license on CodeMeter License Central.


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