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IIS7, WP7 Blank Login Screens
I installed the package and created the WP7 Cloud Application. I was able to run the Cloud project, navigate to the web app, login as an admin with the default credentials and all seemed to work fine.
After that, I ran the Phone application and was able to install the Test Certificate. All good. I then got to the Login Screen and saw the default IPs that I had created viz Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Windows Live. Clicking on any of the items however, only showed me 'blank screens'. There was nothing I could do to see the login screens by the respective IPs.
I did some research and found out that this may be an issue if your IIS7 was not configured for HTTP Redirection. So I went ahead into Control Panel > Add/Remove Features and saw that HTTP Redirection was turned ON. So I knew the problem was something else.
As I was looking at other features, I saw .NET3.5 was turned off in the features so I turned it ON. This may have been my biggest mistake in years because turning that ON just killed everything for me. I couldn't compile the solution anymore because the ServiceModel entities it was looking at were not available and so on. I did a lot of research and found out that if you turn on 3.5 after installing 4.0, that is what happens. So I turned it back off, re-installed ASP.NET4.0 by using aspnet_regiis.exe -iur and then uninstalled and re-installed all the Azure SDKs.
Then when I opened up my project, I noticed that the Cloud project started on 127.0.0.1:444. I know that shouldn't be the case since it didn't do that the first time around. I didn't know what the deal was. I wanted to make sure my port 443 wasn't being used by some other app so I went ahead and turned off the default IIS website. That didn't work, so I removed the Default IIS website from my IIS and added a new empty site and made sure it ran on Port 80.
I then went back into my app and ran the cloud project and now I see the error as shown.
I am frankly completely at loss on what to do. A simple issue of WP7 IPs not showing their login screens took me down a path that I can't recover from.
I would highly appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction here. Any help would be highly appreciated.