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C# Exe Error

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After I create deploy (exe file),when im trying to run exe file im getting  following error message (see attached file)
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According to the msdn blog:

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This is Known Issue Currently and Simple workaround is don't use "&" in File path of Clickonce publish location
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Usually, a person will provide feedback. That's all.
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