Upload Failed due to web protection software

Upload Failed due to web protection software

If you have experienced an “Upload failed” message after attempting to initiate an upload, this may be the result of a web protection service blocking Envoy’s efforts. If you are running a web protection service (anti-virus software or firewall) and you experience an “Upload failed” message at the onset of uploading or thereafter, check your web protection service setting.
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