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Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

There are two versions of .NET 4.  The full version and the client version.  I think you have that problem if you have the client version installed instead of the full version.  You can upgrade from the client version to the full version by installing the full version on top of the client version.  That might save you some time in the future.


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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

Well, made the mistake of trying to apply an update today... Apparently Swift sent out an update recently.

 

The update failed due to lack of hard drive space??  (200+ gig available)  

 

Got thread error when I attempted to go into ACT.

 

Tried some of the solutions including renaming the ACT folder within %allapps%... nada

 

Looked at Buffalo's solution and thought rather than another re-install, I'll just repair the .NET from within control panel.  Did that successfully, rebooted... crossed my fingers and launched ACT.  

 

Success!!  

 

Hope this help!  Cheers!

 

Note: We are on ACT Pro 2013 and Windows 7 on the desktop.

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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

Excellent timing Techkey and thank you.
I was doing a v19 deployment yesterday and ran into the same issue on two separate computers. Repairing .NET was indeed the fix!
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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

Greig,
Thank you for posting that solution, you saved my bacon!
Jeff
Jeff Matthews
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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

Can't get to an ACT folder to change the name. There is an ACT Data folder but no Act for Windows version............folder. Any help, thanks

Employee
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Country: USA

Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

You looking for:
C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\ACT\ACT Data\Preferences

yourusername is the name found by going to the task manager (ctrl+alt+del) and then the users tab

Does that help?

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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

I right clicked on the sage icon and went to act for windows, but no act for windows version folder. Is there a way to export my contacts although I can't open sage act normally.

Employee
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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

Maybe try a search on the hard drive for DependentDlls.xml and move it to trash can?

 

25865 Error: "Resolution of the dependency failed" or "Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation." When Launching Act!

http://kb.act.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/25865/kw/Resolution%20of%20the%20dependency%20failed%2C%20...

 

 

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Re: Resolution of the dependency failed, Type="Act.UI.ActApplication", name=""

This worked,

 

Went to Act Data folder, clicked on preferences, deleted 2 files

-CustomMacros.ser

-CustomCommands.ser