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As you know my daily work is highly depending on Visual Studio Team Foundation Services, so when last week VS 2017 was released, I immediately installed it and continued my work as before. It's one of those great things of VS: I high up- and downward compatibility. It makes me smile.
Nevertheless there are always a couple of things that I need to reinstall to have my setup the way I want it. Among them:
For this I lately used Steve Fenton's post Add Visual Studio Command Prompt To Visual Studio 2015. Straight forward to implement. However for 2017 it needs some tweaking with respect to the argument:
The VS Command Prompt will now be available in: Tools > VS Command Prompt
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