Please have in mind that the JustMock NuGet version from NuGet.org is the free version (JustMock Lite) which does not have the same set of functionality as the commercial version JustMock. Meaning that if you want to take advantage of the elevated mocking functionality you won't be able to do so with your current setup.
Regarding the broken references, this is expected as the archive does not contain any assemblies. One of the main reasons for this is because the project uses packages references and the packages are installed in a global store at your PC user account.
Could you please make sure that the settings of your VS 2017 related to NuGet packages are the same as described in the Package Restore article
. I assume that you use the latest version of VS 2017, if this is not the case, please provide information on what is your VS version.
When I have problems with some NuGet packages that are not restored by building the solution in VS I always try to restore them with nuget.exe calling it from a command line. To do so you will need to download the latest stable version of nuget.exe from here
and perform the "nuget.exe restore EFTestProject.sln". This command will be valid if the nuget.exe is located where the EFTestProject.sln is and the console active directory is moved at the same location. Attached you can find the result of the command.
I would appreciate if you could share the result of restoring the NuGet packages with the command line.
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