We all know that .Net Core has been announced so people started implementing with .Net core.
One exception which people are getting while frequently while deploying .Net Core application(created by Visual Studio 2017) on IIS is as below:
Application ‘<IIS path>’ with physical root ‘<Application path>’ failed to start process with commandline ‘”dotnet” .\MyApp.dll’, ErrorCode = ‘0x80004005 : 80008083.
Reason of the exception?
This exception comes when runtime required is not deployed on the server and web application was lately moved to Visual Studio 2017. Because VS2017 RC is shipped with the new version of .NET Core SDK and your server has some other .net version than Core.
Meaning of error code:
- 0x80008083 – code for version conflict.
- 0x80004005 – file is missing or cannot be accessed
So the error means a different version of dotnet needs to be installed on the server.
.Net Core 1.0 needs to be installed on the server.
Steps are as below:
- Stop IIS
- Install .Net core 1.0 on the server which you can find here.
- Start IIS again
Above error will not come after this.
I have explained for .Net Core 1.0 but it depends on the version. For example, if you are deploying .Net Core 2.0 then need to install the sdk accordingly.
Hope it helps.
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hello, i’ve finished developing my Asp.net core 1.1 appliacation, it is running perfectly on my computer with VS2017. the problem is when i publish it as a zip, to my remote windows server, IIS gives me the 502.5 error, which leads me to the error 0x80004005 : 80008083.
my targeted framework is 1.1.2, so i’ve installed the bundle, for core1.1 and core2, i’ve installed the sdk of 1.0.4, std logs show me this:
It was not possible to find any compatible framework version
The specified framework ‘Microsoft.NETCore.App’, version ‘1.1.2’ was not found.
– Check application dependencies and target a framework version installed at:
– Alternatively, install the framework version ‘1.1.2’.
on the server I have these floders:
I’ve tried restarting the server, no use.
i couldn’t figure out the problem. hope you can help.
Hey, you can see the latest Runtime and SDK versions installed by issuing these commands at the command prompt:
//Latest Runtime version is the first thing listed.
dotnet –version //Latest SDK version
hi, thanks for your reply, although, it seems that when i downloaded the x86 sdk files, everything worked, i’m not sure why, i’m using 64 server!