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After an autoupdate, I recieved this message

 

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CONNECTION ERROR

WHMCS has not been able to verify your license for the last few days.

Before you can access your WHMCS Admin Area again, the license needs to be validated successfully. Please check & ensure that you don't have a firewall or DNS rule blocking outgoing connections to our website.

 

How can I fix this?

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My host provider sent me this message:

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While investigating the reported issue I found that the license was failing to be able to be verified due to known conflicts with the ImageMagick PHP extension. In order to resolve these conflicts I have disabled the ImageMagick extension from being used on your site. With ImageMagick disabled you should now be able to load your admin page without issue.

It was fixed, thanks

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