In the Map Wizard we use the term "Client Token" as a generic definition, because the location providers tend to name their validation keys differently. Actually the Map Wizard doesn't check the validity of your Bing Maps Key
- it just passes it as an argument to the geolocation query as explained in Bing Maps REST Service
In case you do not have a valid Bing Maps Key, you should obtain one from here
. If you are experiencing any issues and suspect that your key might be a problem, please check the Http Response
or a similar program. In case your key is invalid, the response would be 401 Unauthorized
Hope it helps.
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