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If like me your are interested in Azure and want to use Visual Studio 2010, then you probably:

And then tried to create a new Cloud Service and got this error: “Method not found: ‘System.Collections.Generic.IEnumberable’1”

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No need to panic. Notice there are two project types – Cloud Service and Cloud.

Click on Cloud and notice that there is another step to do – Enable Windows Azure Tools.

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Click on Enable Windows Azure Tools:

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Click on Download Windows Azure Tools:

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Click on the the February 2010 release link:

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Click on Download:

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And hey presto… everything should now work just fine for you.

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Posted on Thursday, February 11, 2010 9:43 AM Cloud Computing | Back to top


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