Startup failure on Windows

If DotNetBrowser fails to start in your Windows environment, perform the following actions:

  1. Make sure that your environment meets the system requirements for Windows.
  2. Configure your antivirus software to allow DotNetBrowser to run its executable programs.

DotNetBrowser runs Chromium in a separate native process. Sometimes it fails to launch the native process due to the installed antivirus software or due to local security policy. Even though all DotNetBrowser executable files are signed with a valid and trusted signature, some antivirus software may still not allow running programs that are not in their whitelist.

If the actions above do not help, enable logging, reproduce the issue, and submit a ticket with the collected log messages.

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