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Jason Lester

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  1. After experiencing this situation first hand during an installation, I wanted to share my findings with the Ipro Community. Due to how some parts of Content Analytics within Eclipse access and use the SQL password in the environment (whether this is a unique Ipro SQL account or the regular "sa" account), special characters can create conflicts that will stop indexes from building successfully. To avoid running in to these situations we recommend that the SQL password, whether it is randomly or manually generated, does not contain any of the following: slashes ( \ or / ) commas ( , ) periods ( . ) greater-than or less-than ( < or > ) quotation marks ( ' or " ) colons ( : ) semicolons ( ; ) vertical bars ( | ) question marks ( ? ) equal signs ( = ) brackets ( [ ] or { } )
  2. This is some great advice! I have had to manually change the UAC registry key to "0" multiple times when completing this same action in the Windows UI does not work.
  3. This is some great advice! I have had to manually change the UAC registry key to "0" multiple times when completing this same action in the Windows UI does not work.
  4. I have found that recent Windows 10 updates have changed how the Display Settings work in the Windows 10 settings. Because of this, the above fix may no longer bring back the missing text within buttons in Eclipse SE. The following steps seem to resolve this issue if changing the Windows 10 display settings does not work: 1. Right-click the Eclipse SE Desktop shortcut (on your desktop or in the taskbar) 2. Select Properties 3. Navigate to the Compatibility tab 4. Locate the "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" checkbox > Check this box 5. Select "System" from the drop-down list associated with this checkbox 6. Restart the Eclipse SE Desktop application The missing text should now be present in Eclipse SE.
  5. I have found that recent Windows 10 updates have changed how the Display Settings work in the Windows 10 settings. Because of this, the above fix may no longer bring back the missing text within buttons in Eclipse SE. The following steps seem to resolve this issue if changing the Windows 10 display settings does not work: 1. Right-click the Eclipse SE Desktop shortcut (on your desktop or in the taskbar) 2. Select Properties 3. Navigate to the Compatibility tab 4. Locate the "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" checkbox > Check this box 5. Select "System" from the drop-down list associated with this checkbox 6. Restart the Eclipse SE Desktop application The missing text should now be present in Eclipse SE.
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