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  • Good afternoon!

    I have the following environment:

    Machine with Mac Sierra and Parallels installed Windows 10.

    In W10 installed VS 2015 (FULL Version), downloaded the latest botframework version and bot template.

    In VS 2015 created a project that communicates with LUIS, however in the W10 VM the following image error occurs:

    [Bot framework] http://prnt.sc/eydv6y

    [Detalhes Bot Framework 1] http://prnt.sc/eydvy2

    [Detalhes Bot Framework 2] http://prnt.sc/eydw5b

    The same project on a local machine with W10 runs without any errors.

    I do not know why on the mac machine with windows on the virtual machine this error occurs.


    NOTE: This error only occurs if I communicate with LUIS, in case I remove normal wheel in the virtual machine of windows 10

    Can someone help me?

    Follow other images:

    [MessagesController] http://prnt.sc/eydnej

    [RootLuisDialog] http://prnt.sc/eydnte

    [web.config] http://prnt.sc/eydo4c

    [Package] http://prnt.sc/eydokc 

    [References] http://prnt.sc/eydovg


    NOTE: Sorry for my English.
    Wednesday, April 19, 2017 6:13 PM

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  • Hi Gabriel Bassani Ribeiro,

    Thank you for posting here.

    For your question is more related to Bot Framework, the Visual C# forum ask the question about the .Net framework.

    If your question is more related to Bot Builder SDK issues/suggestions, you could use the issues tab on our GitHub repo.

    If your question is more relate to use a Bot, you could contact the bot’s developer through their publisher e-mail.

    If your question is more related to Community support, you could use StackOverflow, with the hashtag #botframework.

    I hope this would be helpful.

    Best Regards,

    Wendy


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    Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:20 AM
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