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On NetApp Virtual Desktop and NetAppDocs give an error after entering SSO detail

pdean
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Invoke-SsoLogin : Failed to acquire OAuth token. An unexpected error occurred. Processing halted.
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As this error is not expected, please consider contacting the support staff via e-mail or by
starting a thread on the community site.
E-mail: ng-NetAppDocs-support@netapp.com
Community site: https://forums.netapp.com/t5/NetAppDocs/ct-p/NetAppDocs
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The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel.
Location: at Invoke-SsoLogin<Process>, C:\Program Files (x86)\NetApp\NetAppDocs PowerShell Module\NetAppDocs\Public\Invoke-SsoLogin.ps1: line 113
at Find-NtapAsupSystemInfo, C:\Program Files (x86)\NetApp\NetAppDocs PowerShell Module\NetAppDocs\Public\Find-NtapAsupSystemInfo.ps1: line 105
at <ScriptBlock>, <No file>: line 1
At C:\Program Files (x86)\NetApp\NetAppDocs PowerShell Module\NetAppDocs\Public\Find-NtapAsupSystemInfo.ps1:105 char:9
+ Invoke-SsoLogin -ErrorAction Stop
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:String) [Invoke-SsoLogin], Exception
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : WebException,Invoke-SsoLogin

Find-NtapAsupSystemInfo : Unable to contact NetApp ASUP REST server. Please ensure you have an internal connection to NetApp.

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dhawk
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use the following command to set your credentials: invoke-ssologin -credential SSOID@netapp.com

Please replace the SSOID with your own SSO ID.

 

Then run the command that caused the error again.

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dhawk
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use the following command to set your credentials: invoke-ssologin -credential SSOID@netapp.com

Please replace the SSOID with your own SSO ID.

 

Then run the command that caused the error again.

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