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How to Fix Error Key Not Valid For Use In Specified State [WINDOWS 7 | 8 | 10][N E W][HD]
 
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How to fix 'This user can't sign in because this account is currently disabled' Windows 10
 
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Open Folder Error is showing when i try to access the User Account of Network computer. \\169.254.149.101 is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. This user can't sign in because this account is currently disabled. Solution: Go to Network computer, Open Computer Management. Under Local Users and Groups, find the user account and enable it. That is deselect the option ''Áccount is disabled'', Apply changes. Now User Account is enabled, i can access the Account from any computer on the network.
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Solved - ConvertTo-SecureString : Key not valid for use in specified state.
 
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ConvertTo-SecureString : Key not valid for use in specified state. At + $securePass = Get-Content $filename| ConvertTo-SecureString + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : InvalidArgument: (:) [ConvertTo-SecureString], CryptographicException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ImportSecureString_InvalidArgument_CryptographicError,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.ConvertToSecureStringCommand ------------------------------ The issue due to the way original credential was created before being exported to xml. When you use the command ConvertTo-SecureString it encrypts the plaintext password with the encryption key on the local machine, under your user account. This means that if you export it to xml, you can only use it on that same local machine. The minute you copy the xml file to another machine and try to import the credential object, it won't work because it will be trying to decrypt it with it's local keys which don't match. (hence the error message). This is an important security measure as it prevents me from copying the file and using it on another computer. If you need to have the user account on another computer to run something, then there are Three options: (Unsecured) Use Plain Text (Most secure) Create the credential object on each remote computer that you need it. (Least secure) When you create the credential with ConvertTo-SecureString you can specify the -Key or -SecureKey parameter. This way instead of using the local encryption keys, it will use the one you specify. Then in your script, you provide the same key to decrypt it.
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