Yes, the license key setting seems to cause a fair amount of issues. For future reference:
> from the setting.
Do not wrap the license key in anything! No brackets, quotes, nothing. The setting should look exactly like the following:
The service will get an error starting if the
.yml file is formatted incorrectly in any way. This includes both the values and placement of any of the configuration settings available for the application. In the Windows world, we’re typically used to fairly loose rules when it comes to placement and whitespace for setting files, especially as it relates to XML. In the case of
.yml files, throw those rules out the window. Placement, indentation, whitespace, etc. are all very precise in these type of configuration files. The most minor of inconsistencies can make the entire configuration invalid.