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Sitescope - unknown error (1909)

Hi,
I am getting unknown error (1909) in Sitescope when I am trying to setup a Windows machine.

Does anyone know what this means?
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I'm not certain where you are seeing this error, but if it is in the SiteScope window itself, it usually means that the SiteScope service is unavailable to the remote browser. For example, if you have a SiteScope window up and you stop the SiteScope service up, you will see an error like this if you attempt to use the GUI.

SiteScope is not the greatest at maintaining connectivity in the best of circumstances, so if you have even the slightest network interruptions, this can also happen.
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Hi,
had this issue myself and found out:
That the error 1909 normally indicates the account you are trying to connect with to the remote server is 'locked out'.
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Hi Team,

 

Getting 1909 error intermittantly.

 

PFA snapshot. also Debug mode logs

 

pls help.

 

Regards,

Aarya

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Cadet 2nd Class Cadet 2nd Class
Cadet 2nd Class

Also there was no any network connectivity as  required ports are working fine.

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