Module Manager - Nuget Issue

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Module Manager - Nuget Issue

Post by timstspry17 » Sat Aug 25, 2018 2:40 pm

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Product, version and build: Module Manager 1.0.1Beta
32 or 64 bit version of product:64 bit
Operating system:
32 or 64 bit OS:64 bit

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I have Nuget installed when I installed Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise Edition on my laptop. When I launch Module Manager, it displays a message that Nuget does not appear to be installed.
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Re: Module Manager - Nuget Issue

Post by mxtrinidad » Sat Aug 25, 2018 5:13 pm

Keep in mind, Visual Studio Nuget installation is not related PowerShell. You need to register Nuget/PowerShellGet repository first in Windows PowerShell, And, preferably use the ".. Run as Administrator" when opening the console.

Use the following script code to register Nuget in PowerShell. At the PowerShell console prompt, execute the following code:

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function Verify-NugetRegistered
	Param ()
	# Microsoft provided code:
	# Register NuGet package source, if needed
	# The package source may not be available on some systems (e.g. Linux/Windows)
	if (-not (Get-PackageSource | Where-Object{ $_.Name -eq 'Nuget' }))
		Register-PackageSource -Name Nuget -ProviderName NuGet -Location
		Write-Host "NuGet Already Exist! No Need to install." -ForegroundColor Yellow;

## - Execute:
After this is done, then reinstall Module Manager.

As this is a Preview version, we'll make a note to verify that Nuget is already register in Windows PowerShell.

Hope this will clear the issue!

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Re: Module Manager - Nuget Issue

Post by timstspry17 » Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:36 pm

That did the trick. Thank you so much for your help!