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This doesn't answer your question directly, but the Silverlight API is scheduled to be retired in three months. While technical support will be available for both APIs and viewers through June of 2016, maintenance of these products will be discontinued. Customers who develop with these products should begin exploring web solutions that are based ...
My company uses bing maps API for geocoding and map tiles. It would appear the Bing API was returning 404 for requests for the past several hours. It just came back up, roughly 5 minutes ago. You may want to try again.
I have received some feedback from other people on the geonet forums here https://geonet.esri.com/thread/173642, and it looks like they are having the same issues on Silverlight API 3.3, so I am going to assume that ArcGIS server 10.4 is not compatible with the Silverlight API in regards to Dynamic layers and it is very unlikely that this issue will be ...
No. I had the Deprecated Features for ArcGIS 10.3.1 and 10.4 Releases open in my browser and didn't read down all the way. It's right in there: [Added January 24, 2015] ArcGIS API 3.3 for Silverlight and ArcGIS Viewer 3.3 for Silverlight will be the final releases.
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