The raw certificate data cannot be obtained from the supplied certificate object (error: %1).
This occurs when CPackage::put_Certificate Object cannot instantiate the Managed Helper object, when the Managed Helper object fails, or when the Managed Helper object returns a malformed array. Verify that you have the key pair for which the certificate was issued.
A valid URL format is in the form of Name: Port/Resource Path or https://Server Name: Port/Resource Path. This error can occur when the timeout specified was too short, or a connection to the server or proxy cannot be established. A client certificate must be configured for this connection. This error can occur when the specified resource needs "https" access, but the certificate validity period has expired, the certificate is not valid for the use requested, or the certificate has been revoked or revocation can not be checked. You may not be authorized to access this information. You may not be authorized to access this information.
Failed to decrypt protected XML node "%1" with error 0x%2! This error occurs when there is a cryptographic error. Failed to decrypt protected connection string for server "%1" with error 0x%2! This error occurs when there is a cryptographic error. The "%1" node cannot be found in custom default persistence.
There should be one entry per parameter in each array.
The log provider type "%1" specified for log provider "%2" is not recognized as a valid log provider type.
Vertical bars were found on the connection string, meaning multiple file names are being specified and, in addition, the Retain property is TRUE.This can be the result of either providing an incorrect file name to the Load Package method or the XML file specified having an incorrect format.Failed to convert a type in the configuration "%1" for the package path "%2".This error occurs if the default saved XML of an extensible object was changed in a way that a saved object is no longer found, or if the extensible object itself changed.An existing checkpoint file is found with contents that do not appear to be for this package, so the file cannot be overwritten to start saving new checkpoints. This error occurs when a checkpoint file exists, the package is set to not use a checkpoint file, but to save checkpoints.