Diagnosis: This error code can surface because of a number of different reasons.
It typically indicates an authentication or authorization problem, and can happen because of any of thee following reasons: Diagnosis: This happens if you try to connect to the Remote Agent Service but have not provided appropriate administrator credentials.
ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_DBFULLSQL, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_DBMYSQL, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_SETACL, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_APPPOOLNETFX, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_APPPOOLPIPELINE, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_RECYCLEAPP, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_CREATEAPP, ERROR_USER_NOT_AUTHORIZED_FOR_CONTENTPATH The group of errors listed above share the following diagnosis, resolution and workaround: Diagnosis: A non-administrative user attempted to perform an operation with a Web Deploy provider for which the user is not currently authorized.
Resolution: Web Deploy 2.0 setup, by default, creates Management Service Delegation Rules which allow non-administrators to perform operations with this provider.
As a workaround, try disabling the system proxy: Diagnosis: Specified IIS site does not exist.
Resolution: Verify that the specified site actually exists.
The error messages listed below show up on the command line and API: Diagnosis: Web Deploy cannot find the executable.
Workaround: From the Programs Control Panel, run Repair on Web Deploy 2.0.Diagnosis: A SQL script execution failure occurred.This can happen for a va Resolution: This can happen for a number of reasons. Diagnosis: db Full Sql provider of Web Deploy requires Server Management Objects version 10 or higher.Resolution: The SQL provider cannot run because of a missing dependency.Please make sure that Microsoft SQL Server Management Objects (Version 10 or higher) is installed.Se ver=localhost;...) or if the connection string contains keys which the target database server does not recognize.