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I fixed the issue by creating a new web application under a new account from central administration and creating my target site collection under the new web application. For the site collection the primary administrator was the new account and the secondary administrator was the domain administrator account that I would be using in Visual Studio to deploy ...
I am not sure what you wanted to say by http://workflow.00.000.00.0:12291 but if you really added not only server name, but also "workflow" before it that could be the cause of the issue. Also, try to add "-Force" parameter at the end.
First thing, You should always keep a backup of web.config and shouldn't touch it unless you know what you are doing. If your web application isn't customized then just create another web application in CA which will create a new web in IIS too a and virtual directory for it. You can copy newly created Web application's web.config to create a web.config for ...
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