If you are an Office 365 administrator, I believe that you have experienced this scenario. The situation when you want to add a domain to an Office 365 tenant, but you cannot because it is blocked by a different tenant .
More specifically, a customer wants you to set up a domain in their current tenant and when you try to add the domain it keeps telling you that the domain is being used already.
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As Alex blogged we are currently facing a caching bug of plugin assemblies in Dynamics 365 cloud instances (V9). You can do an in-place upgrade with Plugin Registration Tool without an exception now (see Unable to in-place update plugin in Dynamics 365 (with build or revision number changed)) but for some assemblies it just won’t propagate to your workflow definitions.
In the past we could fix it by clicking a save button in Properties tab of the assembly in Plugin Registration Tool but this does not work anymore in V9.
I have put together another workaround which is usable in release automation scenarios.
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For quite a long time, we have been running a local service called SkolniLogin.cz which primarily focused on providing SSO experience for various systems at schools (primary and high schools) along with automatic synchronization with the school’s information system. Throughout the time we have hit a lot of edge scenarios, and compiled a best practices guideline.
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The import of the solution XYZ failed. The following components are missing in your system and are not included in the solution. Import the managed solutions that contain these components (Active) and then try importing this solution again.
If you ever run into this exception and there are all the components already present in the environment you just need to get rid of few lines in a solution definition in the ZIP file you are trying to import.
Do this only if you are absolutely sure that you know what you are doing.
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