i don't think we should keep commenting in this conversation, we are spamming original user that opened this thread which has a problem with .net not something related to your case. so please open an issue here to continue conversation.
the migration utility is not designed to work in all possible cases, it is hard to make a tool to work in all cases and even more difficult because jsreport v2 has a lot of internal changes, the utility is designed to work on the mainstream normal jsreport installation and according to what you are describing and your previous topics looks like your project was using some custom extensions in v1.10 so it qualifies as not normal jsreport installation, because of that there is a chance that something weird is happening after you run the migration in your project. it will be faster for me if i can take a look at your v1.10 project (before the migration), you can temporary setup a public repository on github and share it with me so i can take a look at your project, if you are not able to share your project in public you can send me a zip file to my email firstname.lastname@example.org with the source of your jsreport v1.10 (but please make sure to not include in the zip file the node_modules folder because it will increase the zip file size a lot). as i said above, please open an issue in jsreport repository and let's continue the conversation there
If you find some spare time, it would be great to reference a full configuration file with all possible options, as for now information is scatterred here and there and some are missing. (Expanding this page would be awesome : https://jsreport.net/learn/configuration)