Windows 10: Visual Studio Team Services Update - Jan 25th 2017

Discus and support Visual Studio Team Services Update - Jan 25th 2017 in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; We have begun the process of deploying our sprint 112 work into production. You will see the improvements show up in your account over the next week.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Jan 25, 2017.

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    Visual Studio Team Services Update - Jan 25th 2017


    Source: VS Team Services Update – Jan 25 | Brian Harry's blog

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    Brink, Jan 25, 2017
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  2. DaveM121 Win User

    Windows WDK on Visual Studio 2017 Community

    John you are correct, Windows WDK is not currently supported on Visual Studio 2017. Windows WDK RS1 and RS2 are both supported on Visual Studio 2015.

    Please Note: There is no need to uninstall Visual Studio 2017, you can run Visual Studio 2015 and 2017 side by side
     
    DaveM121, Jan 25, 2017
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  3. Microsoft Mouse & Keyboard Center v3.0 will not install

    Hi Kem,

    Thanks for submitting and letting us know.

    Is there any word back about it yet?

    Also, it seems like may be 3 distinct issues:

    1. Microsoft Mouse & Keyboard center installer needs a re-release by team for that

    2. Visual C++ Redistributable 2017 prerequisite package needs a fix for logic used to detect whether its been installed already or can be installed.

    3. Visual C++ Redistributable 2017 is missing from Microsoft Download Center (as other users have been pointing out in response to my linked to Visual Studio bug report, stating they also can't find it because of that)

    Might it be possible to report as separate issues to the appropriate team for each? Since, with my bug report to the Visual Studio team for example, linked to again below, it's been "under investigation" for a long time without any response and they don't seem
    like may be the ones to re-release that installer or update Microsoft Downloads Center.

    And if was just reported to Microsoft Mouse & Keyboard center team, then none of the other larger impact issues would be resolved beyond that one installer.

    My as of yet not responded to Visual Studio bug report for this:

    Visual C++ 2017 Redist. (v14.0.23506.0) prevents install of VC++ 2015 Prereq. — Causing failed install of Microsoft Mouse & Keyboard Center v3.0.337, etc. - Developer Community
     
    Dan Moorehead (PowerAccess & PowerSQL), Jan 25, 2017
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