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lthpuser
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Error Message about "Proposed Post contains "xxxxxx" which is not permitted"

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Half of the time when the HP Support Assistant indicates an update is available (in this case "FWUpdateEDO2_305748.exe" today) the dld appears to proceed normally but afterward I get an HP error message the dld was NOT successful, with a link to manually do the download link ((e.g.http://h30155.www3.hp.com/ediags/HpuFallback/SoftwareDownload.aspx?pids=26106,&lc=en&cc=US&s={9A59EE... ))  and about half of that half, or about a quarter of the time, the secondary manual dld is successful.

 

I reviewed the proposed post and cannot find "xxxxxx" did not remember using the word "xxxxxx"; clicked on the error message, nothing; tried to look up community rules dealing with "xxxxxx" -- either did not access the correct URL or else there is nothing explicit about prohibiting use of word "******"?

 

Considered error regarding proposed post is not permitted to contain "******" to refer to ******-like text, i.e. repetitive word patterns, such as the globally recognized phrase, "Om Mani Padme Hum" or alternatively "om mani padme om. . . ." but I read the proposed post text outloud and did not hear or see such a repetitive pattern.

 

I am stumped - can someone explain what, the error message, "the proposed text contains ****** which is not permitted in the community."

 

Thank you. lthpuser

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WyreNut
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If you're sure the word is not obscene, it may have been added to the spam filter for a reason - a spammer may have been using the word in titles of bot-generated posts.

 

You can try posting it with spaces in between the letters...

 

WyreNut

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