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Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 is still getting continuous support with new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. Though the stable release version is available for quite a long time, it is still having a preview channel open for developers to try out the upcoming changes in the IDE.


Microsoft recently releases Visual Studio 2022 version 17.3 Preview 6 to the developers to try out the latest changes in this build.


Visual Studio 2022 v17.3 Preview 6 addresses several bugs


What's new and improved in Visual Studio 2022 v17.3 Preview 6?

Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 version 17.3 Preview 6 doesn't include any new features and enhancements, but fixes a couple of bugs found in the previous builds. Here is the complete changelog:

  • Hot restart failed with warning "Xamarin.iOS does not support running or debugging the previous built version of your project" Users debugging iOS applications in VS using the remote simulator will be able to continue debugging after the first time without the sessions being wrongly terminated.
  • NuGet authentication improvements when using Azure Artifacts feeds to reduce HTTP 401 unauthorized errors.
  • Xamarin Hot Restart now supports Individual Apple Developer Portal accounts.
  • Resolved a problem with Xamarin.iOS where the build would fail with error: "iOS code signing key '***' not found in keychain".
  • Fixed a regression in the signed in user's personalization profile when running on Windows 7 support.
  • Fixed an issue where under certain circumstances, publish to Azure App Service was reporting failure even though it had actually succeeded.


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