“The system account cannot perform this action”
After reading this blog post, I logged of and logged back in as my “sp-admin” account and tried again; this time it worked….well made it to the next error at least.
“Sideloading of apps is not enabled on this site”
After reading this blog post, I was able to resolve the issue by executing the following PowerShell script:
Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue Enable-SPFeature -Identity AE3A1339-61F5-4f8f-81A7-ABD2DA956A7D –url <siteurl>
“There are no addresses available for this application”
After reading this blog post, I was able to resolve the issue by:
- Configuring the Managed Metadata Service
- Manually starting the Service under “Services on Server” within SharePoint Administration
- Resetting IIS (Start > Run > cmd > iisreset /restart
- Rebooting Server (Virtual Machine in my case)
“Apps are disabled on this site”
After reading this article, I realized that I was trying to deploy to a “Team Site” and, as stated in article, the Site must be a Developer Site. Additionally, make sure that you have created a User Profile Service, User Profile Synchronization Service and App Management Service under “Manage Service Applications” and that they are running under “Services on Server”.
However, after performing these steps, I still received the same error. After a little more research, I located this article, and was able to resolve it by following the steps within.