The cause of this depends on what point the script stops. The credentials you enter must provide administrative access to the computer where you generated the configuration file.
This occurs because a second script called by the obliterate script was not moved to the temp directory. That said, if this fixes your problem, please talk to your ISP about it to try and resolve the routing errors.
For more information, read Message "Invalid Product Key". If the install still fails, we recommend that you remove any non-Symantec security product from https://wikidll.com/python-software-foundation/python27-dll your computer and then try again. Some corporate networks are behind HTTP proxy servers that use NTLM authentication. Dropbox currently doesn’t support this kind of proxy authentication. However, some users have reported some success using an intermediate proxy, such as NTLMAPS or cntlm, to get Dropbox running on their network.
The Dropbox app may not install or sync on corporate networks. If you’re not sure if Dropbox is supported on your corporate network, contact your company’s network administrator to find out. The Tableau licensing service was moved to a new data center on October 6, 2018.
Create a log archive snapshot using the tsm maintenance ziplogs command. If the script stalls at 92%, while executing the "Enabling the services required for indexing" step, this can be due to problems starting Tableau Services. You can restart Tableau Server Service Manager manually to work around this issue. For details, see the Tableau CommunityLink opens in a new window. In certain instances, the upgrade-tsm.cmd script can stall or fail partway through.
If you see any of these behaviors, reset and rebuild the Search & Browse index using the tsm maintenance reset-searchserver command. Beginning with version 2018.2 you need to configure the firewall manually. For more information, see Local firewall configuration.