Preset database doesn t exist try updating from preset manager

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Tiered files may exist within your server endpoint namespace even if you never had cloud tiering enabled.

We therefore recommend that you do not remove the server endpoint unless you would like to stop using Azure File Sync with this particular folder or have been explicitly instructed to do so by a Microsoft engineer.

Server endpoint deletion fails, with this error: "Mgmt Server Job Expired" (Error code: -2134347757 or 0x80c87013) This error occurs if the server is offline or doesn't have network connectivity.

If the server is no longer available, unregister the server in the portal which will delete the server endpoints.

To resolve this issue, decompress the System Volume Information folder.

If the System Volume Information folder is the only folder compressed on the volume, perform the following steps: Server endpoint creation fails, with this error: "Mgmt Server Job Failed" (Error code: -2134376345 or 0x80C80067) This error occurs if the server endpoints per server limit is reached.

Azure File Sync currently supports up to 30 server endpoints per server.

For more information, see Azure File Sync scale targets.

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Server is not listed under registered servers in the Azure portal If a server is not listed under Registered servers for a Storage Sync Service: Cloud endpoint creation fails, with this error: "The specified Azure File Share is already in use by a different Cloud Endpoint" This error occurs if the Azure file share is already in use by another cloud endpoint.

Agent installation fails on Active Directory Domain Controller If you try to install the sync agent on an Active Directory domain controller where the PDC role owner is on a Windows Server 2008 R2 or below OS version, you may hit the issue where the sync agent will fail to install.

To resolve, transfer the PDC role to another domain controller running Windows Server 2012 R2 or more recent, then install sync.

Note, Azure File Sync does not support mapped drives as a server endpoint path.

Server endpoint creation fails, with this error: "Mgmt Server Job Failed" (Error code: -2134347507 or 0x80c8710d) This error occurs because Azure File Sync does not support server endpoints on volumes which have a compressed System Volume Information folder.

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