Setup instructions lead to error


I did exactly as asked. I clearly have no way forward with PowerShell here. I know that its suppose to have my token but it doesn’t like < and yet the instructions specify it should be there.I clicked copy and paste off the website


THIS IS THE PROBLEM ITS NOT WITH A < AT THE BEGGINING.PUT A NOTE TO EXPLAIN TIS IN THE INSTRUCTIONS AS NOT EVERYONE IS A GENIUS LIKE ME!!

Thank you for your suggestion, however, it’s already in the documentation: Identity - Node Operator

Actually you do need to remove both < and > from the auth token and everywhere else. This is a common method to mark placeholders which you need to replace.

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Its not common to me nor do any of my friends or family know this.

I’m agree, so this is why we included additional note to the instruction: Identity - Node Operator

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