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Any idea what's causing this error?

http://omg.wthax.org/IDE_error.jpg

It's happening on both the Force.com IDE and the Force.com plugin for Eclipse, on Windows XP 32 bit. Strangely it's ONLY happening for one particular environment (EE Production). All other production / sandbox environments are working fine.

I've googled the sh*t out of it with no joy. Any help appreciated as this is holding up a pretty major deployment.

Thanks

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  • i doubt on this as some permission issue .For your user metadata is not being retrieved Commented Feb 2, 2013 at 19:04
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    Check your local system clock? If there's clock skew between you and salesforce it could possibly cause issues with authentication tokens. Commented Feb 2, 2013 at 19:26
  • Maybe your working on an extension on a package whose license is expired? Commented Feb 3, 2013 at 8:19
  • Thank you ca_peterson that was it! If you want to submit your post, I'll mark it as the answer. Commented Feb 3, 2013 at 11:01

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Check your local system clock? If there's clock skew between you and salesforce it could possibly cause issues with authentication tokens, I know it does with a number of authentication systems (like Kerberos) and I wouldn't be surprised if your sessionId was viewed as "expired" on your local system.

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