When working with WCF services, as well as, Azure storage, you sometimes will need to install support packages for certain dependencies, as well as, SDK’s. These sometimes can make some configuration alterations to cause issues with current services you already have configured. Such was the case with a set of WCF services that I had written, and began debugging. The error stated:
Ultimately, this issue really is more of an annoyance for testing, more than anything. The important thing is, it is easy to fix! Depending on what version of .NET you are writing against, differentiates where this will need to be fixed. In my case, it was:
You can search the file for the <client> block. Once found, just comment out the entire block, so if in the future you need it, you can uncomment it. After saving the file, go ahead and try retesting your WCF file, and you should no longer get the error!