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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: enter image description here

Database Creation Error

"An error occurred during persistent store migration.

[Domain: NSCocoaErrorDomain, Code: 134110]"

I am stuck at 10.2.1 now (which cannot add user accounts and will eventually stop working), want to use the newer version, but cannot use intermediate 10.2.2 as it crashes with the below information that I repeatedly submitted with the "Problem Report for Microsoft Desktop".

Manually migrating all the machine and user entries is really cumbersome: there are hundreds of them.

Information that might help:

  • where is the information on entries and users stored?
  • what format is that information stored?
  • are the tools for converting that information between various versions?
  • where are crash reports stored?

Crash report on 10.2.1: https://gist.github.com/jpluimers/851453d938a62ce45abd30fb929ae5e1

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    Try the beta - just in case it fixes anything - rink.hockeyapp.net/apps/5e0c144289a51fca2d3bfa39ce7f2b06 [you can have both at once on your machine] You also get a better line of communication for any issues you find. – Tetsujin Jan 11 at 11:30
  • @Tetsujin that does not crash, but Microsoft Remote Desktop Beta.app version 10.2.6. only uses the entries I had in the database at the time I was using "Microsoft Remote Desktop.app" in the version 8.x era. Any way to get the 10.x era entries in? – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers Jan 11 at 14:43
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    Sorry, I've no idea. Mine has the same entries whether I use the release or the beta. – Tetsujin Jan 11 at 15:18
  • Filed an issue on 20190111; no response yet, see thread at: twitter.com/jpluimers/status/1083678885940740096 – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers Jan 14 at 10:22

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