References (for example Telerik.Windows.Controls, Telerik.Windows.Data e.t.c) can not be found and so can't be added to the developed application.

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  1. Yaroslav
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    Posted 05 Sep Link to this post

    We had bought a licence for Dev Craft Complete for WPF library and began use it since spring of 2016. This library has been installed on my computer. Сurrently the license is valid. But when I try (in my application) to add reference to any DLL then this reference is not found. For example, if I try to add reference to Telerik.Windows.Controls then it hasn't been found e.t.c. Why does this situation has place? In this situation I can't write the application using Telerik Dev Craft Complete. Please help me.
  2. Yaroslav
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    Posted 05 Sep in reply to Yaroslav Link to this post

    The OS on my computer is Windows 10 which is licenced and regularly updated.
  3. Yaroslav
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    Posted 05 Sep in reply to Yaroslav Link to this post

    I use MS VS 2015 Professional which is licenced too.
  4. Vladimir Stoyanov
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    Posted 07 Sep Link to this post

    Hi Yaroslav,

    Can you please check if the file you are trying to reference is blocked by windows? You can right click on it and then select Properties. If you see the Unblock checkbox, try checking it and referencing the file again.  I have attached a picture to demonstrate this.

    If that doesn't work, can you please check the following article and see if it provides any solution: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/troubleshooting-broken-references

    If the aforementioned solutions don't work, can you specify the way in which you have installed Dev Craft Complete for WPF. Is it from a msi file, zip file or from a NuGet package?

    Please follow up if the issue continues to exist.

    Regards,
    Vladimir Stoyanov
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