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high sierra – Remote Desktop 10.2.3 Database Creation Error; 10.2.1 runs fine; 10.2.2 crashes: how to find actual cause(s)? – Ask Different

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/12/21

From a while back:

What would be good steps to find the cause of the below errors?

I get this error when running Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.2.3 or higher on MacOS High Sierra:

Database Creation Error

"An error occurred during persistent store migration.

[Domain: NSCocoaErrorDomain, Code: 134110]"

[WayBack] high sierra – Remote Desktop 10.2.3 Database Creation Error; 10.2.1 runs fine; 10.2.2 crashes: how to find actual cause(s)? – Ask Different

Related Twitter thread: [WayBackJeroen Pluimers on Twitter: “Help! Stuck at @msremotedesktop 10.2.1 (that cannot add new users) on High Sierra because 10.2.2 keeps crashing, and both 10.2.3 and 10.2.4 cannot migrate: “An error occurred during persistent store migration. [Domain: NSCocoaErrorDomain, Code: 134110]””

Tried beta: 10.2.6 (1529) at [WayBackMicrosoft_Remote_Desktop_Beta.app.zip from [WayBack] Microsoft Remote Desktop for Mac – HockeyApp

–jeroen

Edit: 20210405

Some insights in the not so well formatted [Wayback] high sierra – Remote Desktop 10.2.3 Database Creation Error; 10.2.1 runs fine; 10.2.2 crashes: how to find actual cause(s)? – Ask Different answer by [Wayback] User Jose David Gutierrez – Ask Different:

For some reason, it looks like the new versions don’t like some formats of the old application library. I made my work again after rebuilding the data in the library, forcing a kind of fresh install:

  1. Delete the faulty app. (Microsoft Remote Desktop)
  2. I rename the folder old_com.microsoft.rdc.macos inside directory /Users/myusername/Library/Containers/ to something like old_com.microsoft.rdc.macos

IE:

mv Users/myuser/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.rdc.macos Users/myuser/Library/Containers/old.com.microsoft.rdc.macos

  1. Re install Microsoft RDC and test.
  2. If everything works fine, you can go back and delete the moved folder to just keep it clean. In my case Users/myuser/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.rdc.macos

Note: I bet if you only execute the step 2, while the application has been close, it will work.

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