UI for ASP.NET MVC VSExtensions Error

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  1. John
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    Jun 2017

    Posted 03 Oct Link to this post

    I had a problem when trying to run the "Configure Project" from right-clicking the project to get to the UI for ASP.NET Menu. I can select the theme and click next then I change from Use CDN support to copy global resources and I get the UI for ASP.NET MVC Visual Studio Extensions have recovered from an error. What is it looking for on the file system and what didn't install or did I miss something during the installation process? The full error is below.

    Thanks,

    John

    An error occurred while running the wizard.

    Error executing custom action Telerik.VSX.Web.Actions.CopyResourcesAction: System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException: Attempted to access a path that is not on the disk.
       at Telerik.VSX.ProjectConfiguration.ProjectFileManager.CopyDirectoryContentsPrivate(String sourceFolderPath, String folderRelativePath, Boolean confirmOverwrite, Boolean overwrite, Boolean onlyUpdateFiles, String excludeDirectoryPattern)
       at Telerik.VSX.ProjectConfiguration.ProjectFileManager.CopyDirectoryContents(String sourceFolderPath, String projectRelativePath)
       at Telerik.VSX.Web.Actions.CopyResourcesAction.ModifyScripts()
       at Telerik.VSX.Web.Actions.CopyResourcesAction.ModifyResources()
       at Telerik.VSX.Web.Actions.CopyResourcesAction.Execute(WizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments, IProjectWrap project)
       at Telerik.VSX.Actions.ProjectActionBase.Execute(WizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments)
       at Telerik.VSX.WizardEngine.Actions.ActionBase.Telerik.WizardFramework.IAction.Execute(IWizardContext wizardContext, IPropertyDataDictionary arguments)
       at Telerik.VSX.WizardEngine.ActionManager.ExecActions()

  2. John
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    Jun 2017

    Posted 04 Oct in reply to John Link to this post

    This was fixed by removing the Kendo.Mvc dll from the project and following the same steps above. It's working for me now.
  3. Momchil
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    Posted 04 Oct Link to this post

    Hello John,

    I'm glad that the workaround I proposed in the support ticket helped. I'm pasting it here to be available if others hit the same issue:

    As a workaround I would suggest removing the Kendo.Mvc reference from the project and then running the Convert Project Wizard. Select the version you want to use on the first page and the same options you selected in the Configuration wizard.

    If you have additional questions, please contact us.

    Regards,
    Momchil
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