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Component identity found in manifest does not match the identity of the component requested.
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What is the role of Side-by-Side?
What is a manifest?
Programmers and advanced users see EV100220 (Diagnosing SideBySide failures).
As per Microsoft: "The most important element in the application manifest is the dependentAssembly/assemblyIdentity element. This element is a reference to the equivalent one in the assembly manifest and the two have to match exactly. A good way to ensure that they do so is to copy the element from the assembly manifest and paste it here. If there is any difference whatsoever, you will receive this event". See the link to "ClickOnce Application Manifest" for information on the application manifest file.
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