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EAC issues - EasyAntiCheat Error: Unknown file version (squad\contents\paks\pakchunk1-windowsnoeditor.pak)

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xSilasx   

When playing after 5-10 minutes I get an error:

EasyAntiCheat Error: Unknown file version (squad\contents\paks\pakchunk1-windowsnoeditor.pak)


After about another 5-10 minutes I get kicked with the message:
EAC Kicked: Authenication timed out (1/2)

 

Checking my Logs shows:
 

LogEasyAntiCheatClient:Warning: Client integrity violation. Type: 4, ViolationCause: squad\content\paks\pakchunk1-windowsnoeditor.pak, Message: Unknown file version (squad\content\paks\pakchunk1-windowsnoeditor.pak)

Fixes I have tried that did not work include:

  • Ensuring EAC is added to firewall

  • Deleting pak files/verifying

  • Uninstalling/Reinstalling Squad

  • Uninstalling/Reinstalling/Repairing EAC

  • Deleting the EAC Folder in the squad directory, then do the integrity Check with steam and execute the EAC Setup out of the Folder before you Start the game.
  • This error Still occurs
     

Anyone else got ideas?

Please let me know if you need the logs or anything like that.

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xSilasx   

Discovered issue after tinkering about for days was incorrectly created firewall rule for the EasyAntiCheat.exe :).  Had to confirm by disabling firewall the only test I had not done :( So many days not playing Squad.

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beginna   
1 hour ago, xSilasx said:

[...] incorrectly created firewall rule for the EasyAntiCheat.exe [...]

Thank you for letting us know.

 

Just out of curiosity.

How did that happen?

Did you create that incorrect rule yourself?

Usually the firewall gives you a prompt, which you just need to confirm.

 

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xSilasx   

I did not create the rule myself.  However in the last few days I was creating many rules out of desperation, when I finally realised I can disable the whole thing.  Which confirmed the problem.

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xSilasx   

Just played again and its re-occurring.  Disabled firewall, still occurring.  I thought I had fixed this.   Possibly could be windows defender.

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