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Latest SDK for iOS requires that we change the OAuth URL Scheme to remove *.sc.
Our enterprise app does not have any push channel, yet from time to time, when we are downloading documents via REST java web service, we see this message:
Setup Failed - Failed to Connect Push Channel
We hit OK and everything continues as normal. How do we prevent such a message from appearing to our business users?