VSS KB Articles

How to disable cache in Firefox
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Windows unable to upgrade due to USB install of OS
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Windows unable to upgrade due to USB install of OS Windows 8.1 / Windows 10


How to Configure DNS on a Domain Controller with Two IP Addresses
7/12/2018
How to Configure DNS on a Domain Controller with Two IP Addresses; Configure DNS on a DC with two IP addresses


How to safeguard from the SWEET32
7/12/2018
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Redirect from HTTP to HTTPS using the IIS URL Rewrite module
2/12/2018
This is the most common requirement on most of the Exchange servers hosted on IIS. The server admins configure an http to https redirect.


    

6/1/2011
authorize.net Ecommerce ERROR: This account has not been given the permission(s) required for this request. (123)

Ecommerce error : This account has not been given the permission(s) required for this request. (123)

This error indicates that a Login ID is being used to connect a website or billing software to the payment gateway. For example, if an Account Owner, Account Administrator, Transaction Manager, or Account Analyst login ID is used for website or software implementation, this error will occur.

To resolve this issue, the API Login ID and Transaction Key will need to be implemented to properly connect the website or software to Authorize.Net. The API Login ID can be obtained by following these steps:

1) Log into the Merchant Interface at https://account.authorize.net.
2) Click Settings in the main left side menu.
3) Click API Login and Transaction Key.

If an API Login ID needs to be configured, this page is where the option exists. If an API login ID has already been configured, it will be visible here."