CardSpace question...  
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HOLYLACROSS





PostPosted: Thu Mar 15 19:36:44 CDT 2007 Top

Net Framework >> CardSpace question...

Ok everyone, don't go yelling at me if this is the wrong place for this
question, another MS MVP sent me here. =)

Here is the question I posted in another forum. I hope all y'all can help me
out with it.



After I installed the newest version of .net, I
noticed the 'CardSpace' icon under the User Accounts section of the control
panel. When I click on it, my PC pauses for a bit then I get an error stating
"class not registered". Another message comes up that tells me to check the
event log. I do, and it gives me this under the CardSpace log entry: (Sorry
its so long, I copied and pasted the entire text. Hope it means something to
someone.)

"The Windows CardSpace service is too busy to process this request. User
has too many outstanding requests.



Additional Information:
at System.Environment.GetStackTrace(Exception e, Boolean needFileInfo)
at System.Environment.get_StackTrace()
a
Microsoft.InfoCards.Diagnostics.InfoCardTrace.BuildMessage(InfoCardBaseException ie)
at
Microsoft.InfoCards.Diagnostics.InfoCardTrace.TraceAndLogException(Exception
e)
at
Microsoft.InfoCards.Diagnostics.InfoCardTrace.ThrowHelperError(Exception e)
at Microsoft.InfoCards.UIAgentMonitor.AddNewClient(UIAgentMonitorHandle
handle)
at Microsoft.InfoCards.UIAgentMonitorHandle.CreateAgent(Int32 callerPid,
WindowsIdentity callerIdentity, Int32 tsSessionId)
a
Microsoft.InfoCards.RequestFactory.CreateClientRequestInstance(UIAgentMonitorHandle
monitorHandle, String reqName, IntPtr rpcHandle, Stream inStream, Stream
outStream)
at Microsoft.InfoCards.RequestFactory.ProcessNewRequest(Int32
parentRequestHandle, IntPtr rpcHandle, IntPtr inArgs, IntPtr& outArgs)

For more information, see Help and Support Center at (I deleted the link. It
led me to a "this page doesn't exist" page."

And there you have it. I have never used CardSpace before. I have read of
similar problems on the tablet PC, but thats not what my computer is. I'm
using a desktop PC. With Windows XP SP2 if that makes any difference. If you
need any more details please feel free to ask. Thank you all for your time.

DotNet45  
 
 
Cowboy





PostPosted: Thu Mar 15 19:36:44 CDT 2007 Top

Net Framework >> CardSpace question... Make sure Framework 3.0 is installed correctly, as that is where CardSpace
comes into play. Then, make sure you have the XP update for CardSpace
installed. It is not marked as a critical update, if I remember correctly,
so you will have to use Custom updates (either at
http://update.microsoft.com or with the auto update panel in XP). I believe
that cures all of the issues, at least the ones up until last week. :-)

--
Gregory A. Beamer
MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA

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> Ok everyone, don't go yelling at me if this is the wrong place for this
> question, another MS MVP sent me here. =)
>
> Here is the question I posted in another forum. I hope all y'all can help
> me
> out with it.
>
>
>
> After I installed the newest version of .net, I
> noticed the 'CardSpace' icon under the User Accounts section of the
> control
> panel. When I click on it, my PC pauses for a bit then I get an error
> stating
> "class not registered". Another message comes up that tells me to check
> the
> event log. I do, and it gives me this under the CardSpace log entry:
> (Sorry
> its so long, I copied and pasted the entire text. Hope it means something
> to
> someone.)
>
> "The Windows CardSpace service is too busy to process this request. User
> has too many outstanding requests.
>
>
>
> Additional Information:
> at System.Environment.GetStackTrace(Exception e, Boolean needFileInfo)
> at System.Environment.get_StackTrace()
> at
> Microsoft.InfoCards.Diagnostics.InfoCardTrace.BuildMessage(InfoCardBaseException
> ie)
> at
> Microsoft.InfoCards.Diagnostics.InfoCardTrace.TraceAndLogException(Exception
> e)
> at
> Microsoft.InfoCards.Diagnostics.InfoCardTrace.ThrowHelperError(Exception
> e)
> at Microsoft.InfoCards.UIAgentMonitor.AddNewClient(UIAgentMonitorHandle
> handle)
> at Microsoft.InfoCards.UIAgentMonitorHandle.CreateAgent(Int32 callerPid,
> WindowsIdentity callerIdentity, Int32 tsSessionId)
> at
> Microsoft.InfoCards.RequestFactory.CreateClientRequestInstance(UIAgentMonitorHandle
> monitorHandle, String reqName, IntPtr rpcHandle, Stream inStream, Stream
> outStream)
> at Microsoft.InfoCards.RequestFactory.ProcessNewRequest(Int32
> parentRequestHandle, IntPtr rpcHandle, IntPtr inArgs, IntPtr& outArgs)
>
> For more information, see Help and Support Center at (I deleted the link.
> It
> led me to a "this page doesn't exist" page."
>
> And there you have it. I have never used CardSpace before. I have read of
> similar problems on the tablet PC, but thats not what my computer is. I'm
> using a desktop PC. With Windows XP SP2 if that makes any difference. If
> you
> need any more details please feel free to ask. Thank you all for your
> time.
>
>
>