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8/12/15
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ArtisticT

Hm. Something isn't right. We're checking into it now. Please let us know in our Help Forum.

In Analytics > Property Settings > Webmaster Tool Settings the following is shown:

Webmaster Tools Settings

Webmaster Tools site 
If your property is also a verified website in Webmaster Tools, and you are the owner, you can associate your Webmaster Tools data here. Google Analytics will then be able to display some of that data in some reports.
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I do not see data from Webmaster Tools in Analytics and this appears to be the place where I should be able to direct Analytics to link up with my Search Console page.  If I click on "none" to try to re-link it, I am given the error message displayed as the subject here.

This has been the case for several days.
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