Connecting to local Hyper-V generates an error. The workaround is to run AppDNA as an administrator.
The error message, "DirectedSpider.exe is not a valid Win32 application", is displayed when launching the Directed Spider on Windows XP SP3. To work around the issue, use an older version of AppDNA (AppDNA 7.9 or earlier).
If the Queue Processor has been turned off and the administrator starts another application import, they do not get a notification that the Queue Processor is turned off. To work around this issue, check the status of the Queue Processor (bottom right-hand corner of the Import Applications page). Restart the Queue Processor manually before starting another import.
Cancelling an import of applications intermittently takes longer than expected (between 15 and 40 minutes). To work around this issue, close AppDNA.