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When packaging Windows Azure solution from within Visual Studio .NET 2010, CSPACK is generating cspackproperties file behind the scenes, defaulting to .NET 3.5 Framework. I missed that part when going over the documentation and had to go through the worker role that can’t starts and no error is logged, since worker never loads. Gladly, solution is trivial and so old that is probably long time forgotten by the Azure veterans. But for newbies like myself, don’t dismiss old material, even if it’s from 2010.  Nothing New Under the Sky…

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