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Glyph Connectivity Issues – Dec 18th

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Some players are having issues connecting to the Glyph Client, especially since RIFT 3.5 Hotfix #2.

Trion is aware of the issue and actively investigating to resolve it.

In the mean-time, a temporary, potential workaround is to exit Glyph, delete your Glyph cache file and re-launch the Glyph Client.

Your Glyph cache file is usually located at C:\Users\[YOUR USER NAME]\AppData\Local\Glyph\Cache.

For players who open the game through Steam, your Glyph cache file will be located at:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\RIFT\GlyphClient.cfg

You will likely be able to get more updates about the status of the Glyph connectivity issues from CM Ocho’s thread here.

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2 Comments on “Glyph Connectivity Issues – Dec 18th”

  1. Jaed
    December 18, 2015 at 1:25 pm #

    I had no issues logging onto my 2nd account, so now I just swap between them. But the main account takes 10-20x longer to load.

  2. Dkz
    December 18, 2015 at 6:38 pm #

    I had error #2025 today. Managed to login just retrying and played for like an hour. Then after eating I went back to login again and had error #2025 again but this time I couldn’t make it work. Tried restarting the modem, checking firewall, execute glyph as admin. I couldnt find the cache data because I use it via Steam and it seems to be somewhere else (not in AppData\Local\Glyph\Cache).
    So I tried the “verify game cache” option in Steam, after a minute it said like 1700 files missing, downloading. And now its downloading 18.2 GB … I guess is kinda the latest RIFT update to Steam, which is not the same as in Glyph? So now I’m stuck re-downloading the game.
    TL;DR: Steam users, don’t use “verify game cache” with RIFT 😦

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