Are you running from Visual Studio? Try running it with Administrator rights instead
Yes, I am running it from Visual Studio. Tried running it with admin rights but no luck, getting the same exception.
As strange as it might sound, you can try to restart your machine ...
The SocketException (0x271d) error is also related to network security related, you can try with following settings.
From your stack trace, it looks like it is related to the remote message channel that CMS and Commerce use to communicate cache invalidation etc.
Normally it just works out-of-the-box. But if your company applies strict network security, maybe your firewall is blocking this socket binding.
If you are not allowed to use Multicast UDP bindings on your computer, you can try using Unicast UDP instead.
I successfully installed Episerver Commerce by following the steps provided in Episerver World website. When I try to launch Episerver CMS, I get Socket Exception "An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions". Am I missing any special permission for folder where the Episerver Commerce solution is residing? Kindly, help me to resolve this issue, let me know if more details required. Please find below the complete stack trace of the exception.