Error 500.19 in server with IIS 10

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I had a Web Service running in net 3.5 (I know, so old) and I migrate it to Net 4.6. I completed the migration in local, but when I deploy the web services in the server I get an 500.19 error. I review the log event, the traces, web.config... but I can´t figure out. Please, could you help me? Please, ask me for any extra information that you need as logs, traces, specifications, web.config,.... Many Thanks


<failedRequest url=""
               authenticationType="NOT_AVAILABLE"               activityId="{80000054-0000-F100-B63F-84710C7967BB}"
<Event xmlns="">
  <Provider Name="WWW Server" Guid="{3A2A4E84-4C21-4981-AE10-3FDA0D9B0F83}"/>
  <TimeCreated SystemTime="2023-05-31T11:54:31.713Z"/>
  <Correlation ActivityID="{80000054-0000-F100-B63F-84710C7967BB}"/>
  <Execution ProcessID="2644" ThreadID="3212"/>
  <Data Name="ContextId">{80000054-0000-F100-B63F-84710C7967BB}</Data>
  <Data Name="SiteId">1570333581</Data>
  <Data Name="AppPoolId">webservices_apppool</Data>
  <Data Name="ConnId">1610612819</Data>
  <Data Name="RawConnId">0</Data>
  <Data Name="RequestURL"></Data>
  <Data Name="RequestVerb">GET</Data>
 <RenderingInfo Culture="en-US">
 <ExtendedTracingInfo xmlns="">
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There should be an HRESULT code. /iis/health-diagnostic-performance/http-error-500-19-webpage
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@GregAskew Thanks for your help. In the event viewer don´t exist anything relevant. Just something about Perf Net. In the request trace of the server there are plenty of information. I posted something that I think could be interesting, but if you want to help me I can post more. But I can´t find anything related with HRESULT. Thanks again
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