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    Obtain Your NuGet Feed URL
    Setup Visual Studio's NuGet Package Manager
    Manage Packages Using Dotnet CLI
    Manage Packages Using NuGet CLI
    Updating Packages
    Integrate NuGet to Popular Continuous Integration Systems
    NuGet Limitations and Troubleshooting
    Trial .NET Core Controls Via NuGet
    Local NuGet feed
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Local NuGet feed

The DevExpress installation copies all NuGet packages to the C:\Program Files (x86)\DevExpress 19.2\Components\System\Components\Packages directory and configures a local NuGet feed for each installed Visual Studio version.

In trial mode, a local DevExpress package source contains packages for all DevExpress components.

Additionally, you can generate a temporary NuGet feed for cross-platform .NET Core libraries. See Trial .NET Core Controls Via NuGet for more information.

Tip

Hotfix installations create a local NuGet feed as well. You can use this feed to test the bug fixes in your CI/CD system: Integrate NuGet to Popular Continuous Integration Systems.

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