Operation completed successfully
Something went wrong with Intel® DAL itself
An operation was called with illegal arguments, for example, a null pointer.
Invalid Security Domain (SD) handle
The Security Domain UUID is invalid
JHI service can’t communicate with the virtual machine (VM) in the firmware. This might be a JHI configuration error, an Intel® MEI driver problem or a firmware problem.
The requested operation is not supported by the current platform.
The application cannot connect to the JHI service. The service might be down.
An error occurred during a registry access attempt or registry corruption detected
Cannot find the applets repository directory on the file system
Cannot find the SpoolerApplet.dalp file
The Spooler applet was found, but an error occurred while trying to install it in the VM and communicate with it
teePlugin.dll, bhPlugin.dll or bhPluginV2.dll was not found. Should be in the same folder as jhi_service.exe.
The signature or publisher name of teePlugin.dll, bhPlugin.dll or bhPluginV2.dll are not valid
Invalid Admin Command Package
Signature verification failed
Maximum number of records allowed in security version list (SVL) exceeded.
Operation cannot be executed because there are open sessions
Failed to load Admin Command Package to the firmware
Maximum number of allowed applets exceeded, an applet needs to be uninstalled.
The Admin Command Package needs more permissions in order to be loaded. It is not allowed to use a needed Java* class or package
The Admin Command Package (ACP) file path is incorrect
ACP loading failed due to a failed Security Version Number (SVN) check.
The loaded package is identical to an existing one
The provided platform ID is invalid
Install failed due to an svl check
TA is not compatible with platform.
Mismatch in public key hash of an SD
No free slot for installing SD
TA installation is not allowed for SD
No free slot to install TA for SD
Incorrect properties in the SD manifest
Attempt to use an SD that was not installed
Tried to install a SD that is not pre-allowed in the firmware
Operation is not allowed after the End of Manufacturing is set in the firmware
Operation invocation quota exceeded
Obsolete counter value was used
TA encryption key was not set; cannot install or create session to an encrypted applet
Cannot set TA encryption key before an OEM Master Key has been provisioned
The TA encryption key was rejected by the firmware (wrong structure/encryption)