This topic contains a brief introduction to Windows 10 installation processes, and provides resolution procedures that IT administrators can use to resolve issues with Windows 10 upgrade.
For additional prerequisites and installation instructions, see in the VMware v Realize Automation 6.2 Documentation Center.The v Realize Automation documentation set includes updates to support all of the new features and functionality introduced in v Realize Automation 6.2.4.I had the same problem (when bringing up a new PC with Xamarin) and after a few days I solved the problem. I think the problem is with the path, which has space :) If you are already using Android Studio in your computer then this might solve your problem.I moved sdk directory from "C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk" to "C:\android-sdk". Check whether SDK is already available at some other location. To check SDK path- Open Android Studio- before you go through all that trouble (and I went through many convoluted steps myself for several hours) please try run your Visual Studio as administrator and see what happens! I used fresh WIN 10 and VS2015 Community install and I must have set some of my permissions to tight.Launching would launch the designer properly on an android project.
The bug I had I had the same problem here on a fresh install of Win10 Full visual studio community 2015 update 3 . Creating a new project Xamarin Native (i Os Androird) shows up the same message as mentioned by Mike J.
To access the full set of v Realize Automation 6.2.4 documentation, go to the VMware v Realize Automation 6.2 Documentation.
Workaround: To make a permanent change to the /etc/hosts file, you must make the change outside of the VAMI_EDIT_BEGIN to VAMI_EDIT_END section because this section is overwritten when a network change is detected.
Support for these software releases will not be removed until v Realize Automation supports a newer release of the software.
VS didn't generate any kind of Activity Log so I believe the log must lie elsewhere.
The number of domain local groups in which a user is a member the number of universal groups outside the user's account domain in which the user is a member the number of groups represented in security ID (SID) history.