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You probably had it set to yahoo at some point, and then when yahoo was removed somehow the setting didn't get blanked out, so it's looking for the yahoo code files but they aren't there anymore. Did you try just re-saving the page at Mapping and Geocoding Providers with none selected? That should clear it.


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It looks like at the present time you will need to make a small hack to get the installer to be happy. The "does the server exist check" does NOT use the username/password and merely tries to connect as anonymous (https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/5.16.2/install/index.php#L1038). On azure this returns an error 9002, as opposed to the usual 1045 ...


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