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bneves_tim
6 - Meteoroid

@AlteryxProducts , The Issue persists:

 

I have a call tomorrow with support to check it out.

 

Version: 2021.3.3.63061

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natalia_flood
6 - Meteoroid

Does it works for you? I am trying to use it.

bneves_tim
6 - Meteoroid

@natalia_flood

 

  1. First you need to setup the application on azure as the documentation: https://help.alteryx.com/20213/designer/microsoft-onedrive 
  2. Install the most updated onedrive add on;
  3. Create the registry as bellow: (According to alteryx support this registry step wont be necessary on new version (2021.4 / 22.1). Let's see.)
    1. I 'am using the 2021.3.3 version;
    2. You must be admin privileges;
    3. The PythonAllowHideEncryption key must be set on each user’s machine, as well as on all Worker nodes. Worker nodes must also have the tools (in this case, Sharepoint Files Input) installed.  The process is the same for a non-Admin install on the user's machine as it is for an Admin install.
      1. Create Key
      Administrators will need to create a new string value PythonAllowHideEncryption under the Alteryx Registry Key:

      1. Registry Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\SRC\Alteryx
        Value Name: PythonAllowHideEncryption
        Value Data: true
      2. Steps to create the new key:
        1. Type regedit in Windows Start Menu
        2. Browse to the folder location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\SRC\Alteryx
        3. Right click and select New > String Value
        4. Set the KeyName to PythonAllowHideEncryption and the Value to true
      2. Gallery Interaction Changes
      The below descriptions assume that all users interacting with the Gallery have the registry key set to true.
      a. Uploading to Gallery: Encrypted values for the supported Python tools will be updated to a hide encryption once you publish to the Gallery.
      b. Running on Gallery: Only workflows that originated from machines with the registry key set will be able to run successfully on the Gallery. The worker nodes must also have the registry key set and the respective Python tools installed.
      c. Opening from Gallery: The original encryption method will be restored. These Python based tools might need to be reconfigured in order for the workflow to run.

      Once you've added the registry key to the local machine, server machine, and any worker nodes, you'll want to reauthenticate the tool.  
andrewtcarlson
5 - Atom

I keep getting this error when trying to install it - any ideas as to how to resolve it? 

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Best, 

Andrew