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The option to give consent in the UI has been added with NuGet Package Manager 1.8. It’s the 3rd item under Tools-> Options-> Package Manager-> General : “Package Restore : Allow NuGet to download missing packages during build”.
Please make sure NuGet is up-to-date in Tools->Extension Manager.
Alternatively you can give consent by setting the
EnableNuGetPackageRestore Environment variable to
I found I needed an extra couple of steps to get it to download the packages
Check Allow NuGet to download missing packages during build
Check Always show solution in Projects and Solutions
Right click on solution and Enable NuGet Package Restore
Open Manage NuGet Packages and click Restore
I did not seem to have the “Package Manager” node under Tools->Options [this was in Visual Studio 2013 :-)]. To get that node in there, I browsed to Tools -> Extensions and Updates and searched for nuget. Installing “NuGet for Visual Studio 2013” got me the node and the option to allow package restore!
I am using Visual Studio 2010 and NuGet 2.0.
Someone had checked in a solution that used NuGet for various packages. When I checked out the solution and built it, I got the same errors. What’s more, when I viewed the NuGet Package Manager from the Tools -> Options window, the Package Restore already had the appropriate check boxes checked.
I tried clicking the Clear Package Cache button. After doing that, everything built correctly.