Updating service pack

This is the link to the Microsoft Connect bug that is the root cause of the extra reference being there: connect.microsoft.com/Visual Studio/feedback/details/816725/…‌​. I had similar issue and just wanted to post an answer for others in my situation. NET Web Application with multiple other C# class lib projects. NET Web Application wasn't using json, but other projects where. Adding the latest json (6), removed the old folders (json v5). I updated my package and even reinstalled it - but I was still getting the exact same error as the OP mentioned.

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Its popularity stood the test of the introduction of Windows Vista in early 2007, as it was considered more user friendly and had a higher level of development compatibility than its successor.warning MSB3243: No way to resolve conflict between "Newtonsoft.Json, Version=, Culture=neutral, Public Key Token=30ad4fe6b2a6aeed" and "Newtonsoft.Json, Version=, Culture=neutral, Public Key Token=30ad4fe6b2a6aeed". I found two references, one for v6 and one for v5 but I deleted (not replaced) the v5 one. To resolve it, after the Web Api update I opened the Tools This answer saved me big time!After that I didn't have any problems like "assembly reference failure" or two references to Newtonsoft. I'm guessing someone stuffed up I was having this issue and have fixed it by removing the extra reference I didn't realise was there. I had a web application that was using a custom C# library, both used the same nuget package but the web application has an older version than the library and the redirect was not inclusive of the version that the library was using. It turned out we have previously used an old version (5) of json in our Web Application and the Nu Get folders wasn't deleted when the reference was (I suspect: manually) removed.A new Security Center dashboard, was one of the flagship changes.

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