I have an issue where I cannot develop on my Windows device because the curl that comes bundled with it produces
next InitializeSecurityContext failed: SEC_E_ILLEGAL_MESSAGE (0x80090326)
How do I know Windows curl is to blame?
Because I tried the request in git bash using the
curl that comes with it and it worked with no issues. Then I tried the same request in
cmd and in
Postman and it failed. This issue has effectively shut down my ability to test an android app that's being developed.
So ... How do you update
curl for Windows?
Does it show up under apps? No.
This is on Windows 10, mind you, so there's a
Let's see ... can I put the
curl.exe that comes with
Git into the
Yes, I can, but it just gets ignored
Can I manually copy the
Of course not. Administrators don't have the right to copy or rename or do anything with files therein, it seems, even after it's asked for permission.
Or alternatively, can I somehow make Android-Studio / its emulator use the "correct"