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Problems connecting with WCF to HoloLens emulator
I am working in a LAN with Hololens Emulator consuming a WCF service.
With Mobile Emulator 10.0.xxx I am able to stablish communication without problem.
As soon as I change my Emulator to HoloLens Emulator(10.0.11082.1039) I receive an exception when trying to establish communication:
"No IPEndpoints were found for host 192.168.0.16"
The IP from the machine that have the WCF host in local network is "192.168.0.16" and it works with a different emulator
The capabilities in package.appmanifest I have enabled Private Networks and Internet capabilities.
In hyper-v the virtual switch of Hololens emulator is assigned to "Windows phone Emulator Internal Switch" the same as the the Mobile 10.xx Emulator.
I have followed also the steps described in this post with no success.
It seems there is an internal Hololens Emulator that block my connection.( this is just guessing)
I also tried to pair it according to this post but I have a message "Failed to start pairing"
Anyone have an additional idea?