To fix the issue you can do As mentioned in the comments, this is something that recently had to be addressed in the BurntToast module. There's a blog post that accompanies this change too, but I'll do my best to summarize here for the completeness of this answer. This boils down to the "Application User Model ID" (hereafter referred to as AppId), that you're providing to the Toast Notification Manager.
VSTS Build with Windows 10 SDK for Fall Creators Update (10.0.16299.15)
wish of those help You need to add NuGet Restore task to restore packages. There is Universal Windows Platform build template, so the simple way is that: Click New to create build definition Select Universal Windows Platform template=>Apply
ASP.NET HttpHandler error after Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
I wish this helpful for you If your app has minversion=16299 it means it can only be installed on operating systems with version 16299 and above. Your device is on OS version 15254, so it can't run apps that target 16299. Another way to put it: All APIs that have been introduced in SDK 16299 are not supported/available on the latest build for Windows Phone.
Can't run any ASP.net MVC app after installing Windows 10 Fall Creators Update