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Sitefinity 5 on Windows 10 Creators Update

  • Sitefinity 5 on Windows 10 Creators Update
  • Hello,

    Since my machine was automatically updated to Windows 10 Creators Update, our Sitefinity 5 site hasn't worked locally.

    Whenever I go to hit a Sitefinity managed URL, I am redirected to the Licensing page, where I am prompted to add a license.

    I upload the license which has been working on the previous Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and I get a 'Configuration Error' Exception, where 'No permission set is defined with the name of "Pages"':

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    Timestamp: 26/04/2017 2:14:57 AM
     
    Message: HandlingInstanceID: 43de22f5-a844-43b0-8caf-2a687da78303
    An exception of type 'System.ArgumentException' occurred and was caught.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    04/26/2017 10:14:57
    Type : System.ArgumentException, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089
    Message : No permission set is defined with the name of "Pages".
    Source : Unity_ILEmit_DynamicClasses
    Help link :
    ParamName :
    Data : System.Collections.ListDictionaryInternal
    TargetSite : System.Linq.IQueryable`1[Telerik.Sitefinity.Pages.Model.PageNode] GetPageNodes()
    HResult : -2147024809
    Stack Trace :    at DynamicModule.ns.Wrapped_OpenAccessPageProvider_cbb93fabcea54f7f962fa06a38024e5d.GetPageNodes()
       at Telerik.Sitefinity.Web.SiteMapBase.Initialize(String name, NameValueCollection attributes)
     
    Additional Info:
     
    MachineName : DANIELMSI
    TimeStamp : 26/04/2017 2:14:57 AM
    FullName : Telerik.Sitefinity.Utilities, Version=5.0.2500.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b28c218413bdf563
    AppDomainName : /LM/W3SVC/1/ROOT-1-131376464202843446
    ThreadIdentity :
    WindowsIdentity : IIS APPPOOL\MyWebsite
     
     
    Category: ErrorLog
     
    Priority: 0
     
    EventId: 90020
     
    Severity: Error
     
    Title:Enterprise Library Exception Handling
     
    Machine: DANIELMSI
     
    App Domain: /LM/W3SVC/1/ROOT-1-131376464202843446
     
    ProcessId: 14284
     
    Process Name: c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\w3wp.exe
     
    Thread Name:
     
    Win32 ThreadId:2632
     
    Extended Properties:
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    This only started happening after the Win10 CU update, which seems to have included .NET 4.7 as an in-place replacement for all other .NET Frameworks. I'm guessing the root cause is something to do with the license check, although without further information I can't tell.

    Anyone else seen this, and does anyone have any ideas on how to get past this?

    Thanks,

    Daniel

  • I have had a ticket in on this for a couple weeks.  They only fix is to rollback the update... I don't know what the plan is, but they said Windows 10 isn't supported which is just insane :/

     

    Let's hope they can resolve this quickly in a hotfix it something.

  • Hi, I'm having the same problem but with Sitefinity 10 and Another error message at startup.

    Any new on this (I can't roll back so this is a real problem)

  • Is it like a policy at work where you can't? Because LITERALLY the only fix is to uninstall it.  Please put in a ticket so they know it's not just me with the issue.
  • Apparently a fix is coming around the end of the week.
  • We have seen the same "class" of problems with SiteFinity 8.1 after the Creator Update: our projects will start, then fail to initialize the SecurityManager with a "key already exists" error.

    The issue cropped up for two members of our team with the Creator Update, while the same code (and a fresh checkout from source) works fine for team members who are still on Anniversary.

    We are in the process of rolling back, but the rollback broke our Visual Studio installs... so now we watch progress bars.

  • Oh man, this just got us we think...  New staff member spending hours trying to debug, then he found this thread.

    My only concern is that we've installed off an ISO that maybe has Creators update rolled into it??  Hope we can roll back...

     

  • Yeah, just confirmed we can't roll back the update, because it was baked into the latest Win10 ISO image.

    Brett is researching any workaround, but we think it might be reinstall Windows time...............

     

     

  • In my ticket I asked the awesome support agent to get someone to give us an update here
  • Steve, in your ticket, did they share what they were going to do?

    Obviously, we run sites that run from  Sitefinity 5.1 through 10, so if there's a patch, we're going to have to get it for any version we currently support.

    If someone from SF doesn't post here by tomorrow, we'll throw in a ticket as well. I can't believe this hasn't manifested itself internally at SF during the demo builds?

     

  • Just installed .net 4.7 on a server 2012 R2 and am getting the same 'An item with the same key has already been added' with sitefinity 8.1

    Not sure what to do.

     

    EDIT:  uninstalling .net 4.7 (Update for Microsoft Windows (KB3186539)) fixed it

  • Hello everyone,

    We are aware of the problem with the Creators update. The issue strives from changes in the .NET Framework 4.7 that comes with this update and as such it is quite hard to create fix. A fix must pass a set of tests to ensure there is no other regression. During the development of the fix some other problems were also discovered that slowed down the release of the fix. It is also important to note that a fix must also ensure compatibility with operating systems not running .NET 4.7 which is not an easy task on its own.

    On top of that the behavioral changes caused by the .NET update differ depending on the Sitefinity version which further complicates the story as the fix would need to be different for each version.

    With the above information in mind it is crucial to understand that it is a serious effort from our side to fix this particular problem for .NET 4.7 and we are doing the best we can. Even though the issue seems trivial it alters a vital part of the Sitefinity initialization process and developing a fix for that is not very trivial.

    At the moment we are preparing to release an internal build for Sitefinity 10.0 tomorrow (Friday, 19th of May) and a hot-fix will follow-up early next week. We will continue our efforts in investigating what are the possibilities to deliver fixes for older versions.

    Regards,
    Velizar Bishurov
    Telerik by Progress
  • The only thing borked for me on a rollback was a couple baked in Windows store apps like Skype...

    I would rather though wait a day or 2 to see if the fix comes with the friday release... 

  • Just a quick update, I have a direct connection with both people at Progress and Microsoft (.NET team) and both are parties are discussing and working on a solution. Progress are working on a new version and Microsoft are looking at (at least for me a test of a .NET "fix"). 

     

    Regarding timeframe dont really know my guess next week (just my personal guess)