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We are getting below error while installing content porter from CME- using IE

  • application validation did not succeed. unable to continue

  • File, Tridion.ContentManager.ImportExport.CommonFacade.dll, has a different computed hash than specified in manifest.

This happened after we tried installing a patch for CP(hotfix 3.1.0.79095).

Can some one suggest a solution.

--- We are in the process of Upgrading to Sp2 Content Porter and the issue is resolved.

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Could you please let us know, what was actual issue & how did you resolve it? –  Raj Kumar Feb 20 at 3:48
    
We have opted to upgrade CP to SP2 to avoid further issues with patching. –  Ajo Mathew Feb 20 at 13:24
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It seems conflict issue of older and new dlls. Restart your Tridion services and reset the IIS pool of SDL Tridion website.

Please also refer below links

MSDN

StackOverflow

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We have tried restarting the COM+,Tridion Services and IIS still the issue persists. –  Ajo Mathew Feb 18 at 11:40
    
I have updated my answer, please check if it helps also Google about "ClickOnce Deployment Issue" if above links do not help –  Raj Kumar Feb 18 at 11:49
    
We first checked on One Click Deployment. As part of applying patches(ID mentioned in question) we have replaced few dll files later we reverted with backup dll files. Upon restarting COM+ we faced this issue. –  Ajo Mathew Feb 18 at 12:07
    
MSDN link above talks about different set of problems and their solutions related to click once deployment, i think you should give it a try(if not already tried) after patching Content porter again.. –  Raj Kumar Feb 18 at 12:38
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For SDL Tridion SP1 HR1 try to install Content Porter 2009 SP1 just with Hotfix 75326. It has been working on my previous installations without any related issues.

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We are in the process of upgrading the CP to 2009 SP2 to avoid these issues with Patches/reverting as final solution.

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