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    Nik commented  · 

    We cleared the corrupted value from the SCLogo field in the DB and fixed the SettingsXML. You can copy it to an empty XML, clear the corrupted lines (Usually begin with !CDATA), test that the XML compiles (I do it in IE) and then change the correct value back in the DB.

    It is a workaround of course and MS already confirmed to me they are working to resolve the issue

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    Nik commented  · 

    Hi Adam,

    Struggling with the -AddRequirement to the deplyoment type and we need it for a large project for automated creation of applications.

    Why is there no easy way to add requirements to the deployment types via PowerShell and when will this be fixed? I see the initial post is from 2 years ago.

    Regards,

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