Unable to add JIRA User Directory from Stash

Hello,

I just installed Stash on my Windows Server 2012 R2 server (x64) connected to SQL Server 2014 as the external DB.  I followed all of the documentation guidance configuring the external DB, etc.  Stash runs fine, everything is configured, application links are created, however, when trying to setup JIRA as the User Directory I get a strange error message with a bunch of strange characters per the screenshot.  Setting up the JIRA user directory is the last item yet I'm stuck.  I reviewed the logs and they don't help.  I've setup various other integrations such as Confluence, Fisheye, etc. - I'm not new to Atlassian, just adding Stash to our suite.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

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Never mind - as soon as I posted this I tried again, realized I had a wrong whitelisted IP address and that was it!  Thanks for letting me ask this question so I could figure it out smile

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