I would focus on the first one that says "there is no endpoint with external auth enabled." This might be adding to the later error.
Looks like you have external authentication enabled. I would suggest to disable it first. Use default alfrescoNtlm for testing and when you feel like everything is working as expected, switch on the external auth and then re-test.
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On the second part, i am not sure if you applied the license correctly as subsystem is unable to locate your license file.
There are multiple ways you can update your license.
1- Via Repository admin console : https://docs.alfresco.com/content-services/latest/admin/license/#uploadlicense (No restart needed)
2- Copy the license file to $ALF_INTALL_DIRECTORY/licenses (restart needed)
3- Copy the license file to $ALF_INTALL_DIRECTORY/tomcat/webapps/alfresco/WEB-INF/licenses (restart needed)
4- Copy the license file to $ALF_INTALL_DIRECTORY/tomcat/shared/classes/alfresco/extension (restart needed)
If license file is applied successfully , the ".lic" file is automatically renamed to "<license-name>.lic.installed"
Additonal details can be found at: https://docs.alfresco.com/content-services/latest/admin/license/
- Couple of other things to check, make sure "alfresco-share-services" amp matching to the latest version is applied correctly on alfresco.war (be sure to delete the exploded war if yet to apply the amp). Also check if repository-url is correctly configured in share-config-custom.xml.
- This error even comes when share is up and alfresco has crashed or erroring out for any reason. So take a deep look at alfresco.log, catalina.out to see if you can spot anything.
- If you are using SSL (mTls), make sure keystore files are copied and mapped appropriately.
- Lastly, always verify if the license file (if copied to a directory manually) is readable (read access).
(ACSCE, AWS SAA, Azure Admin)