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  • Marlene Dyer

    Member

    2/27/2017


    Simply Sync Password

    PWSyncFacade Services Error

    Passwords are no longer syncing. I have restarted server and PW Sync Facade Service will not start.
    Event Log Error:

    Service cannot be started. System.InvalidOperationException: Cannot find the X.509 certificate using the following search criteria: StoreName 'My', StoreLocation 'LocalMachine', FindType 'FindByThumbprint', FindValue 'F91A6B743543174EF0A1ACAF6C312C5BDB68955D'.
    at #=qQT533msSeQUNoaXPdw6yu2zHoQ0Icw56ChlT2Rl5TFgbzLIy06G$uw5S_6pjugQT.OnStart(String[] #=qWokkC$KWT18_SGWo$DVnLg==)
    at System.ServiceProcess.ServiceBase.ServiceQueuedMainCallback(Object stat

  • Support

    Member

    2/27/2017


    RE: PWSyncFacade Services Error

    Hello,
    Please check following?

    1. if "Facade EndPoint" is configured correctly on "PW Sync Active Directory agent Configuration"?
    2. the certificate is exists?

    Regards.

  • Support

    Member

    2/27/2017


    RE: PWSyncFacade Services Error

    Could you check if certificate exist?
    thumbprint should be 'F91A6B743543174EF0A1ACAF6C312C5BDB68955D'

  • Support

    Member

    2/27/2017


    RE: PWSyncFacade Services Error

    To retrieve a certificate's thumbprint

    1. Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in for certificates. (See How to: View Certificates with the MMC Snap-in.)
    2. In the Console Root window's left pane, click Certificates (Local Computer).
    3. Click the Personal folder to expand it.
    4. Click the Certificates folder to expand it.
    5. In the list of certificates, note the Intended Purposes heading. Find a certificate that lists Client Authentication as an intended purpose.
    6. Double-click the certificate.
    7. In the Certificate dialog box, click the Details tab.
    8. Scroll through the list of fields and click Thumbprint.