NET Framework 4.6.2, the way in which the runtime normalizes paths has changed. Unlike the JIT64 just-in-time compiler, Ryu JIT (used in .
Normalizing a path involves modifying the string that identifies a path or file so that it conforms to a valid path on the target operating system. NET 4.6) does not allow an IL ret instruction in a try region.
A Cryptographic Exception with the message "The requested key size is not supported" is thrown. Get Public Key method changed (without a quirk) from a Crypto Service Provider implementation to a Cng implementation.
Users should review IAsync Result implementations they own (if any) to ensure that they correctly evaluate whether a task completed synchronously or not.) limitation on path lengths has been removed. NET Framework 4.6.2, code paths that previously threw a Path Too Long Exception because a path exceeded 260 characters will now throw a Path Too Long Exception only under the following conditions: Recompilation of existing source code that uses the Obsolete Attribute attribute may generate warnings when consuming that code from C /CX or Java Script. NET Framework 4.6, the Service Point Manager and Ssl Stream classes are only allowed to use one of the following three protocols: Tls1.0, Tls1.1, or Tls1.2.
We do not recommend applying both Obsolete Attribute and Windows. Deprecated Attribute to code in managed assemblies; it may result in build warnings. NET Framework 4.6.2, a number of changes were made to support previously unsupported paths (both in length and format). Note, however, that these changes only affect code targeting . The SSL3.0 protocol and RC4 cipher are not supported.
Edge case This is a change that affects apps under very specific scenarios that are not common.
Transparent This is a change that has no noticeable effect on the app's developer or user.
This is because the implementation changed from using Starting with apps running on the .