I am trying to create a simple WCF client/server solution in two Windows Forms projects, respectively. I am using net.tcp binding on port 80 and have enabled the port sharing property. My NET.TCP Port Sharing service is running. I
am using Windows 7 x64 and logged in as an administrator. I've added my username to the smvchost configuration files, in both Framework and Framework 64 directories.
I also have IIS running on port 80.
However, there seems to be a conflict between net.tcp on port 80 and IIS on port 80 simultaneously. My understanding was that the Net.TCP Port Sharing is supposed to be the solution for this very scenario.
Here are the specific issues:
1. I start the server in debug mode, which works fine. I then try to connect with the client, and get the error: "You have tried to create a channel to a service that does not support .Net Framing. It is possible that you are encountering
an HTTP endpoint". This seems to imply that the NET.TCP Port Sharing is not forwarding the request to my WCF server, and instead is encountering IIS. This is the first problem.
2. The second issue is that the Server starts fine in Visual Studio in debug mode, however when I try to run it as a compiled EXE (and right-click - run as admin) it errors "The TransportMana
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