See here for more information about this issue. If you cannot enable the CLR on a server and you did not use date part functions (like the XPath functions day-from-dateTime, hours-from-dateTime, etc.), you can ignore this error. Did the server start correctly (and only showing this error) or did the server definitely stop when this error occurs?
Update at March 31:
There is a little issue with the Mendix platform which causes the server to stop when the CLR checks fail. This will be solved in a next version. However, for now you can manually disable the CLR checks. Add the following custom setting in the Mendix Service Console:
Name: ReturnOnlyNecessaryDDLCommands Value: true
Now when you start the server from Console, the CLR checks will not be done. Please note that now all date part functions in XPath and OQL will be done on the UTC dates and times and not on the localized dates and times! Don't worry if you never use date part functions in queries.
The issue is not that we do not know how to turn on CLR, but rather that company policy does not allow CLR to be enabled on institutional database servers.
To enable the CLR manually, you must log in with sysadmin rights, like the 'sa' user. When it is not possible for you to enable the CLR manually, we will send you instructions to pass this check. – Jonathan Veldhuizen
Jonathan - could you please send these instructions to be able to run with CLR disabled? Thanks. I will then test and see what issues running without this code causes us.