Trying to connect Oblisync (content transfer) to a remote install returns an error of a bad URL, Username, or Password.
Article ID: 44327
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If I go into the Content Transfer Environments window and try to add a remote environment, I get an error that it cannot connect and to check the URL, username, and password.
This may also occur if you try to edit the default LOCALHOST environment.
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The first potential cause is of cause a bad URL, username, or password. To verify this. Open a second tab in the browser and see if you can manually login to that site from the machine you are on using the URL, username, and password you are trying to use.
This may be caused by a problem with the certificate which will be discussed below.
See if you are able to connect to the local machine (not the remote box) where Oblisync is running using the path: