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Issues with calling webservice on Windows Server 2008?

Does anyone know of any known issues with trying to call webservices in PB 12.5 using the .NET WSDL engine on Windows Server 2008? I have verified the following: 1) .Net 4.0 is installed on the machine. 2) The correct .dlls are all referenced on the machine as expected and there are no duplicates of them that could be referenced instead. 3) The webservice call works on normal Windows 7 machines with .Net 4.0 under the same deployment method. 4) The user has permission to read/execute the .dlls.

The error I am getting is on the SoapConnection CreateInstance function. The error says "bad runtime function reference". I did see a previous post that said to check the libeay32.dll or ssleay32.dll files to make sure it's referencing the correct one and from what I can tell it is (I even put the correct version of those .dlls in the app directory of the application that runs the webservice and it gives the same error).

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Also, has anyone had success in calling a webservice from Windows Server 2008? If so then at least I know it is some config/setup issue on our server. Thanks.

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After trying many things the solution I came up with was to install the full .NET 4.0 framework (not just the client version) and install the .NET 4.0 SDK on Server 2008. I know that the SDK should only be needed for the IDE at design time per the documentation, but installing this for Windows Server 2008 somehow corrected whatever .NET/dll reference issues that were happening. For now this is an acceptable solution for us.

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