|Installation failed (Failed to download https://dl.one.comodo.com/download/CIS_x64.msi)|
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@MTekhna your partnership success manager can coordinate these concerns with you to resolve them. If you would like to schedule a date/time for a call, please let me know and we can coordinate a call at your convenience.
I too have experienced this serveral times, and have found that retrying the install works on the 3rd or 4th attempt. I have also attempted to download manually, and found that it is sporadic in whether it works. Its almost like the file exists on some nodes of a web farm, but not on others.
@curatrix_pl would you like to schedule a call to review?
Same here this morning, pushing out from the portal.
Hello @dittoit ,
Thank you for sharing your experience regarding the issue.
Can we know if you still experiencing the issue as of the above posting?
Thank you very much.
@Jay seemed to push out after 3/4 goes.
@MikePinto I would like to schedule a call with my partnership success manager this week if possible.
Mike, we have had several email discussions about arranging a call, and none of them have come to fruition. We arrange a time and date via email, no meeting request is sent, date and time pass, email conversation starts again. I’m not sure at this stage what benefit i will get from a call…
On the whole, there isn’t an awful lot to discuss on the platform as i am comfortably happy with the deployment on the whole. There are (as detailed by a number of people on different threads) a number of outstanding issues, that are being worked on by your developers, and subject to better visibility of what is being worked on (perhaps creating a known bugs page within C1 with frequent updates), the platform just needs to be stabilised following the recent updates and breakages (such as the AEP install failing).